Lead Hazard Reduction

BURA and the City of Buffalo Office of Strategic Planning offers a Lead Hazard Reduction Program. Through this program homeowners can get help with lead remediation.

 

The program focuses on neighborhoods in Census tracts 61, 171, 37, and 38. Those areas are the city’s upper west side neighborhood and the Schiller Park neighborhood.

 

TO QUALIFY

  • The home must have been built before 1978
  • Must meet income-eligibility requirements
  • Have child under the age of six living in the home

 

For more information: 

Upper West Side

Heart of the City Neighborhoods

716-882-7661

191 North Street, Suite 1

Buffalo NY 14201

http://hocn.org

 

Schiller Park 

University District CDC/Gloria J. Parks

716-832-1010

3242 Main Street, Buffalo NY 14214 

http://udcda.org

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Lead Workshop 

for residents in the Schiller Park area!

November 30th!

 

 

Calling all contractors! Help BURA with lead remediation!

 

The Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency (BURA) is looking for contractors to help remediate lead inside homes located in high-lead risk neighborhoods in the City of Buffalo.

 

High-lead risk neighborhoods include the upper west side and the Schiller Park areas – zip codes 14213, 14211 and 14215.

 

Contractors will be asked to replace windows, doors, paint and make lead-safe improvements to the homes. For more information contact pjackson@buffalony.gov.

 

 

Schiller Park neighborhood

Upper West Side Neighborhood 

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