The Brownfield Redevelopment Authority assists property owners and businesses redevelop sites that have environmental contamination. If a site qualifies, tax incentives may be available to assist in the costs associated with clean up and redevelopment.
This board is comprised of 8 to 12 members of the Downtown Development Authority and the Mayor and no less than a majority of the members shall be persons having an interest in property located within the downtown district.
Members-at-large serve 4 year terms. The authority is a member of a coalition with 6 other Oakland County communities that was awarded a $600,000 dollar United States Environmental Protection Agency Coalition Assessment Grant. Madison Heights' share $60,000.