The Portland Water Bureau partners with community groups to provide outreach education, testing and remediation for sources of lead.
The Portland Water Bureau funds community partners to reduce exposure to lead from all sources. If your organization has identified a need for lead hazard reduction in your community and has ideas for addressing that need, please consider submitting an application. Every spring the Water Bureau accepts proposals for funding. Application details and deadlines are available by calling the Lead Hazard Reduction Program at 503-823-1547. The Request for Proposals will be posted on this page in March or April each year.
|Community Alliance of Tenants
The Community Alliance of Tenants is a grassroots organization that educates and empowers tenants to reduce lead hazards and secure safe housing.
|Multnomah County Health Department
The Environmental Health Lead Poisoning Prevention Program is a general resource for lead information and testing.
|Community Energy Project
Community Energy Project empowers people to maintain healthier, more livable homes by providing free workshops, materials, and resources that build awareness and help families limit exposure to lead in their everyday lives.
|Oregon Health Authority
The Oregon Health Authority provides several lead poisoning prevention and lead-based paint programs.
|Fair Housing Council of Oregon
The Fair Housing Council of Oregon has a lead awareness program that educates landlords about lead hazards in housing and their legal responsibilities related to lead hazards.
|Portland Housing Bureau Lead Hazard Control Grant Program
The Portland Lead Hazard Control Program provides an evaluation of lead hazards and financial assistance to reduce lead-based paint hazards in housing occupied by qualified low- and moderate-income households.
Growing Gardens works with low-income Portland residents to promote home gardens and reduce exposure to lead from soil.
|Portland Public Schools
Portland Public Schools remediates and removes lead paint hazards from their facilities that are attended by children six and under.