HUD Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program

HUD Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program

Know The Facts

  • Lead paint was used in homes until 1978.
  • More than 38 million homes may still contain lead paint.
  • DIY home projects with tear-down, sanding or power washing can cause lead exposure
  • Homes in these specific zip codes are at risk

Learn The Risks

Lead exposure in children and during pregnancy can lead to

  • Learning Problems
  • Slow growth
  • Hyperactivity
  • Hearing Loss
  • Behavioral problems
  • Brain Damage
  • Babies being born too small or prematurely

Get Help

Grant money is available for reducing lead-based paint hazards in Summit County homes. To be eligible, the home must:

  • Be located in Summit County
  • Have been built before 1978
  • Have a pregnant woman or child under age 6 in residence (or serve as a child care location for a child under 6)
  • Homeowners or tenants must meet income guidelines

Income Guidelines

Your income or tenant’s income must not be more than the 2017 income guidelines:

1 person - $36,800 2 people - $42,050 3 people - $47,300 4 people - $52,550
5 people - $56,800 6 people - $61,000 7 people - $65,200 8 people - $69,400

If you are at risk, act now.

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Or call the Summit County Public Health office: 330-926-5600