HUD grants Harrisburg $5.6 million to help with lead, other home health hazards


HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — The city of Harrisburg has received $5.6 million in grant mont to help remove lead and other health hazards from homes.

The city received a $5 million grant for lead-based paint hazards reduction and $600,000 in Healthy Homes supplemental funding.

HUD’s regional administration will present the check to city leaders on Tuesday, Oct. 8.

Lead prevention and healthy home activities will be provided at 480 units within the city’s opportunity zones.

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