LEAD Hazard Reduction Program

The UDCDA has partnered with the City of Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency (BURA) to help make your Rental or Owner-Occupied property LEAD safe in the Schiller Park Neighborhood. The LEAD Hazard Reduction program will assist homeowners and landlords with funding to make your home LEAD Safe.

Repairs will be assessed as needed, based on the inspection to be conducted which identify lead-based paint hazards in common areas. Repairs could include the following: door replacement, trim, window replacements, and abatement.

To qualify, you or your tenant must:

    • Meet the low to moderate income eligibility requirements.
    • Have at least one (1) child under the age of six (6) residing in the unit or frequently visiting at least 8 hours per week.
    • Reside at a 1–4-unit residential property built before 1978.
    • Pregnant
    • Vacant properties are eligible with the intent to be occupied by an income eligible family?

For more information about the program along with a copy of the application please click on the following link: lead_hazard_reduction_program_flyer

Please call our office for more household income and asset limit information.

Spaces are limited, don’t delay contact our office today to see if you qualify to make improvements to your property and promote the health and safety of your family and/or your tenants.

For More Information Contact: University District Community Development Association Inc. (UDCDA) located at 995 Kensington Ave, Buffalo NY 14215 (716) 832-1010 Ext 212