The Lead and Healthy Homes program helps families with children who have elevated lead levels. You can learn more about lead safety from the Environmental Protection Agency. The City also has resources available for tenants.
|Philadelphia Lead Paint Disclosure and Certification Law pdf||The Philadelphia Lead Paint Disclosure and Certification Law requires owners of property built before 1978 and rented to children six years or younger to provide the tenant with certification prepared by a certified lead inspector stating that the property is either lead free or lead safe.||November 8, 2018|
|Landlord’s Guide to the Philadelphia Lead Paint Disclosure and Certification Law pdf||Comprehensive guidance including compliance requirements, answers to frequently asked questions, instructions for lead-safe and lead-free certification, and a recommended tenant's advisory notice.||November 9, 2018|
|Property Owner Statement of Exemption pdf||Form and instructions for property owners seeking exemption from the Philadelphia Lead Paint Disclosure and Certification Law.||November 8, 2018|
|List of EPA-Certified Lead Abatement Contractors pdf||A list of certified lead abatement contractors in the Philadelphia area.||November 8, 2018|
|List of EPA-Certified/Licensed Lead Professionals pdf||A list of EPA certified/licensed lead professionals in the Philadelphia region.||March 11, 2019|
|Renovate Right (English) pdf||A pamphlet from the Environmental Protection Agency that contractors must provide to homeowners and tenants before starting work.||November 8, 2018|
|Renovate Right (Español) pdf||A pamphlet from the Environmental Protection Agency that contractors must provide to homeowners and tenants before starting work.||November 8, 2018|