The housing units included in this list have had all identified lead hazards controlled and were certified lead safe as of the date of the Clearance Exam.
It should be noted, the housing unit may not be lead safe if:
- The paint, enclosure, or encapsulant controlling the hazard is no longer intact;
- Lead Safe Work Practices were not used when making repairs or renovations after the initial lead remediation activities occurred; or
- When removing or replacing carpet.
Lead safe cleaning practices must continue to be used on those surfaces near windows and doors exposed to the continuing accumulation of dust and dirt from outside the housing unit.
EPA Protect Your Family from Lead (English)
Proteja Su Familia Contra El Plomo (Spanish)
The owners of units in this list are required by law to disclose any knowledge they have about the presence of lead-based paint in the property to all prospective renters or purchasers. They are also required to make available copies of the risk assessment, clearance documents, and maintenance records to prospective renters or purchasers of the property. More information can be found here. Copies of the risk assessments for housing units recently added to this list are available for review in the Community Development Office located at 300 Monroe Avenue NW.
Lead Hazard Control Registry