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Burlington Lead Program

If your property or home was built prior to 1978, you and your tenants are at risk. We’re here to help and we can do it with no out of pocket costs* to you. 

 The CEDO Lead Program is a housing program within the City of Burlington Community & Economic Development Office (CEDO). Funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Lead Program received its first Lead Hazard Control Grant in 2003.

Currently, the Lead Program has $2,900,000 to reduce lead-based paint hazards in  pre-1978 homes, as well as to provide education and outreach to residents to help keep families and households safe from lead poisoning. The Lead Program can also provide a Healthy Home Assessment and provide guidance on how this holistic approach can be beneficial to your family’s health.

We offer many FREE services that are available to any resident of Burlington and Winooski regardless of whether you’re eligible or enrolled in the Lead Program. All of the Lead Program funding that is provided towards a Lead Hazard Reduction project is 100% FORGIVABLE**. Call us today at 865-5323! 

*Dependent on the circumstance

**100% forgiveness available after meeting program criteria

Burlington Lead Program 2020 Grant - Environmental Review

Please click below to read further information on the program.
 

Tiered Environment Review    

 

Request for Proposals 

 

Analysis of Lead in Dust Wipes, Soil, Paint Chips, and Personal Air Samples;

 

Historic Preservation Consultant;

 

Lead-Based Paint Inspections and Clearance Dust Sampling;

 


Press Releases

 

Mayor Miro Weinberger and HUD Announce Award of More Than $3.6 Million to Burlington Lead Program

November 9, 2020
“All Burlington families deserve homes that are safe, healthy, and affordable. Our Burlington Lead Program is a critical part of the City’s work to make that vision of a reality, and this award means that that work will continue."
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