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Itís important to keep sidewalks in front of homes and businesses clear of ice and snow to avoid falls and injury. To avoid flood and traffic accidents, do not shovel snow from driveways and sidewalks into the street.

Other Lead Resources

Your family doctor or pediatrician can perform a blood test for lead and provide you with information about the health effects of lead.

State and local government agencies that can be contacted include:

Boston Public Health Commission

Boston Public Health Commission Lead Poisoning Prevention Informaionexternal link icon

Massachusetts Water Resources Authority

(617-242-5323 or www.mwra.com)external link icon

For information about your community's water supply, and a list of local laboratories that have been certified by DEP for testing water quality.

Massachusetts Department of Public Health

(1-800-532-9571 or www.mass.gov/dph/)external link icon

For information about the health effects of lead and how you can have your child's blood tested.

Environmental Protection Agency

(800-424-LEAD or www.epa.gov/lead)external link icon

For information about where lead is found and how to protect your family.

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

(617-292-5770 or http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/massdep/water/drinking/lead-and-other-contaminants-in-drinking-water.html)external link icon

Lead Safe Boston

(617-635-0190 or http://dnd.cityofboston.gov/#page/HomeCenter)external link icon

Technical and financial assistance with grants of up to $8,500 per unit to remove lead-based paint from your home.

For additional information about lead in drinking water.

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