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WHCA, Washington Hancock Community Agency

Lead Hazard Control

Information

For more information, call Housing Services at (207) 610-5954.

The Lead Hazard Control program provides funding to make homes in Maine lead safe. The program provides up to $16,000 to eligible homeowners and up to $10,000 per unit to eligible landlords of lower-income tenants for lead safety improvements. Making homes lead safe may involve paint removal or stabilization, and window and door replacement.

Requirements:

  • Eligible clients or 2/3 of tenants must be at or below 80% median income and the home must be built before 1978.
  • Owner occupied homes must have a child under the age of six living in the home.

Rental units must be two or more bedrooms and the tenant must be income eligible or the unit must be vacant.

 
 
 
 

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