NJDEP Bureau of GIS has released their Brownfield Inventory for New Jersey as a layer on their GeoWeb platform, an interactive mapping program that provides users internet-based access to NJDEP GIS environmental data. Through Geoweb, interested users can view valuable information such as acreage, cleanup status, and local infrastructure information for brownfields sites with redevelopment potential. The Inventory is currently populated with properties on the NJDEP Known Contaminated Sites List that meet certain use criteria and are located in the twelve municipalities participating in the NJDEP Community Collaborative Initiative. DEP plans to expand the inventory across the entire State. The inventory is a great tool for identifying underutilized properties that can better participate in local economies through redevelopment.