The County of Fresno's Lead-Safe Housing Registry is a listing to provide information to the rental community of housing units that have been made safe from lead-based paint hazards. Lead-based paint is primarily found on homes and apartments built before 1978. The older the dwelling, the more likely it is to have lead-based paint.
The following units were determined to be lead-safe following their participation in the County of Fresno Lead Hazard Control Grant funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control. (See the below table.)
What Does "Lead-Safe: Mean?
It does not mean that the property or unit is lead-free. There is a high likelihood that lead paint remains on the property. What it does mean is that on the date shown indicated next to the address on the attached list, the lead paint was intact and not considered a hazard to children. In addition, there were no lead dust hazards in the windows or on floors, and there were no bare soil lead hazards present. If chipping or peeling paint, or excessive dust or paint chips are present it could mean that the lead hazards have returned.
Working with Lead Paint Safely
On-going lead safety requires the property owner to safely maintain paint and soil covering and to use lead-safe work practices when conducting maintenance activities or repairing the dwelling. Perspective renters or buyers should check with the property owner to find out if lead-safe practices have been followed. For more information on protecting your family from lead hazards, see
- Lead Safe Work Practices Brochure (English)
- Lead Safe Work Practices Brochure (Spanish)
- Protect your Family From Lead Brochure (English)
- Protect your Family From Lead Brochure (Spanish)
Lead Disclosure Law (Title X)
In addition to providing on-going lead safety, the property owner is required to disclose knowledge of lead paint testing results to any prospective renter or buyer at the time of lease or purchase. This means that the property owner must give prospective renters or buyers a copy of all reports pertaining to lead paint hazards or testing. This report can be utilized to identify where lead paint hazards exist on the property. For renters, contact the property owner immediately if chipping or peeling paint is present on surfaces which are listed to contain lead paint so that the lead hazards may be remediated. For more information about the lead disclosure law visit the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's website at:
Below is a list of housing units that were determined to be lead-safe on the clearance date indicated. This does not mean that the units listed are vacant or available for occupancy at this time. Other units at a given property that are not listed below may or may not be lead-safe. The County of Fresno makes no warranties as to the current condition of the property. Normal deterioration or activities of the property owner, tenant, or others may have created lead hazards since the lead clearance date.
|DWELLING UNIT #||DWELLING TYPE||CLEARANCE DATE|
4622 E NEVADA
|1215 DOON WAY||
|815 S ORANGE||FRESNO||SINGLE FAMILY||1-24-19|
|3606 N MERIDIAN||FRESNO||SINGLE FAMILY||1-31-19|
|3535 E WASHINGTON||FRESNO||
|230 LINCOLN||COALINGA||SINGLE FAMILY||2-27-2019|
|1314 I STREET||SANGER||SINGLE FAMILY||3-1-19|
Should you require a reasonable accommodation in order to fully participate, or information in an alternative format please contact (559) 600-3357.