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District of Columbia

United States Capitol Building, Washington, DC The District of Columbia has received funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for healthy homes programmatic activities. In fiscal year 2011, the District of Columbia received $593,196 in direct funds for these efforts.

Contacts

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention and Healthy Housing Branch
Government of the District of Columbia
1200 1st Street, NE 5th Floor
Washington, DC 20002

Program Contact: Harrison Newton
Phone: 202-535-2624
Fax: 202-442-4827
Email: harrison.newton@dc.gov

Municipal Water Information

Most of CDC’s work related to lead in water has occurred in the District of Columbia (DC), where approximately 23,000 homes have lead-based water service lines. The DC Water and Sewer Authority (WASA) has information to help people with lead service lines.

DC Water and Sewer Authority
5000 Overlook Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20032
Phone: 202-354-3600
Fax: 202-787-2333
 
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