Do You Qualify?
Lead Safe Phoenix is a program funded by a grant from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Although there is no cost to participate in the program, the following eligibility requirements must be met:
- Applicants must live in a home constructed prior to 1978.
- There must be a child less than six years of age or a pregnant woman living in the home, or there must be a child less than six years of age who spends a significant amount of time in the home (as defined by HUD).
- The home must be in one of the zip codes identified as being at high-risk for lead poisoning.
Our Target Areas by Zip Code (Phoenix, AZ)
|85034||85035||85040||85041||85042||85043||85051|| || |
- The members of the household must meet low income guidelines, as determined by the federal government.
|||Number of Persons in Family (Phoenix, AZ)|
|Low Income: 80% AMI|| 1|| 2|| 3|| 4|| 5|| 6|| 7|| 8|
|Federal Income Limit||$44,250||$50,600||$56,900||$63,200||$68,300||$73,350||$78,400||$83,450|
Lead Safe Phoenix is open to owner occupied housing, rental housing, and multifamily rental housing. For rental housing, eligibility requirements must be met by the renter(s) and both the landlord and the renter(s) must submit applications.
For more information, click the link to our Lead Safe Phoenix Fact Sheet.
Do you qualify? Complete the online screening form and send it to us.
Lead Safe Screening Form: English or Spanish
Lead Safe Phoenix
City of Phoenix
Neighborhood Services Department
200 W. Washington Street, 4th Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003
You can also send your screening form to our email address: Lead Safe Phoenix