Greensboro Lead Safe Housing Program

The City of Greensboro provides lead paint hazard reduction services at no cost as part of its Lead Safe Housing Program. If your home meets all of the criteria below, it could qualify for a federal grant funded repair program.

Was your home built before 1978?

Properties built before 1978 often used lead in paint and other building materials. These materials may be hazardous to the health of residents today.

Is your home in Greensboro?

This program is funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development through the City of Greensboro.

Are there children under the age of six?

Young children are especially impacted by exposure to lead in the home. This program is aimed at homes where children under six live, or frequently visit.

Are you or your tenant low or moderate Income?

To qualify, tenants or homeowners must earn 80% or below of the area median income adjusted for family size.

To speak with our program coordinator call:(336) 944-6145

To see if you qualify, complete the screening application at:https://tinyurl.com/GSOleadsafehomes