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									                      FY 2009 Lead Hazard Control Combination NOFA REVISED

  Appendix A: Cities, Towns, Counties, and States Having at Least One Place or County
 with 3,500 or More Occupied Rental Housing Units Built Before 1940, and Eligible States
                                      and Tribes
                              (Based on the 2000 Census)

        To be eligible to apply for the Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration (LHRD) Grant
Program, the applicant must be a city, county/parish, Native American Tribe, or other unit of
local government. The applicant must have at least 3,500 pre-1940 occupied rental housing units
(either alone or through a consortium), as listed at the 2000 Census website. A State may apply
on behalf of one or more of the eligible local jurisdictions if it has an EPA-authorized lead-based
paint training and certification program. Multiple units of a local government (or multiple local
governments) may apply as a consortium for a metropolitan area if the total number of pre-1940
occupied rental housing units for the combined jurisdiction is at least 3,500; however, the
application must identify the jurisdiction that will be responsible for ensuring compliance with
all requirements specified in this NOFA. If a jurisdiction will be covered as part of a State,
county/parish, or consortium application, it is not eligible to apply as an individual applicant
under this NOFA. Further, consortium applicants must ensure that where there is jurisdictional
overlap, there is no double-counting of units to meet the unit threshold.

        EPA-authorized States and Tribes that apply on behalf of one or more eligible
jurisdictions listed in Part A may include jurisdictions that are part of a multi-state metropolitan
area in which the eligible city is located in a different state.


A.     Jurisdictions with 3,500 or more occupied pre-1940 rental housing units, and
       eligible States and Tribes. Please see the REVISED Complete List on last page.

Alabama
State of Alabama and the following jurisdictions:
     City of Birmingham
Arizona
     City of Phoenix, City of Tucson
California
     Alameda (city), Alameda (county) Berkley (city), Contra Costa County, Fresno (city),
     Glendale (city), Humboldt County, Kern County, Long Beach (city), Los Angeles County,
     Marin County, Monterey County, Oakland (city), Orange County, Pasadena (city),
     Riverside (county), Sacramento (city), San Diego (county), San Joaquin County, San Jose
     (city), San Mateo County, Santa Barbara County, Santa Clara County, Santa Cruz County,
     Santa Monica (city), Sonoma County, Stanislaus County, Ventura County.
Colorado
State of Colorado and the following jurisdictions:
     Colorado Springs (city), Denver
Connecticut
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      Bridgeport (city), Fairfield County, Hartford County, Litchfield county, Middlesex County,
      New Britain (city), New Haven (city), New Haven County, Waterbury (city), New London
      County, Windham County.
Delaware
State of Delaware and the following jurisdictions:
      Wilmington (city)
Florida
       Jacksonville (city), Miami Beach (city), Miami (city), Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach
      County, St. Petersburg (city), Tampa (city)
Georgia
State of Georgia and the following jurisdictions:
      Atlanta (city), Savannah (city).
Hawaii
State of Hawaii and the following jurisdictions:
      Honolulu (CDP)
Illinois
State of Illinois and the following jurisdictions:
      Chicago (city), Cicero (town), Cook County, Evanston (city), Kane County, LaSalle
      County, Lake County, Oak Park Village, Rock Island County, Sangamon county, Will
      County.
Indiana
State of Indiana and the following jurisdictions:
      Evansville (city), Indianapolis (city), Lake County, St. Joseph County, Tippecanoe County
Iowa
State of Iowa and the following jurisdictions:
      Davenport (city), Des Moines (city), Dubuque County, Linn County, Woodbury County
Kansas
      Wichita (city)
Kentucky
State of Kentucky and the following jurisdictions:
      Covington (city), Lexington-Fayette consolidated government, Louisville
Louisiana
State of Louisiana and the following jurisdictions:
      New Orleans (city)
Maine
State of Maine and the following jurisdictions:
       Cumberland County, Kennebec County, Lewiston (city), Penobscot County, Portland
      (city), York County
Maryland
State of Maryland and the following jurisdictions:
      Allegany County, Baltimore (city), Baltimore County, Frederick County, Montgomery
      County, Prince George’s County, Washington County
Massachusetts
State of Massachusetts and the following jurisdictions:
      Berkshire County, Bristol County, Brockton (city), Brookline CDP, Cambridge (city),
      Essex County, Everett (city), Fall River (city), Fitchburg (city), Franklin County, Hampden



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     County, Hampshire County, Haverhill (city), Lawrence (city), Lowell (city), Lynn (city),
     Medford (city), Middlesex County, New Bedford (city), Newton (city), Norfolk County,
     Pittsfield (city), Plymouth County, Quincy (city), Salem (city), Springfield (city), Suffolk
     County, Taunton (city), Waltham (city), Worchester (city), Worchester County.
Michigan
     Ann Arbor (city), Calhoun County, Flint (city), Jackson County, Kalamazoo County,
     Macomb County, Oakland County, Saginaw County, Wayne County
Minnesota
State of Minnesota and the following jurisdictions:
     Duluth (city), Minneapolis (city), St. Paul
Missouri
State of Missouri and the following jurisdictions:
     Kansas City, Springfield (city)
Nebraska
State of Nebraska and the following jurisdictions:
     Omaha (city), Lincoln (city)
New Hampshire
State of New Hampshire and the following jurisdictions:
Grafton County, Merrimack County, Nashua (city), Rockingham County, Strafford County
New Jersey
State of New Jersey and the following jurisdictions:
     Atlantic County, Bayonne (city), Bergen County, Burlington County, Camden County,
     Clifton (city), East Orange (city), Elizabeth (city), Essex County, Hoboken (city), Hudson
     County, Jersey City (city), Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Newark
     (city), Passaic (city), Paterson (city), Trenton (city), Union City (city), West New York
     (town), Morris County, Somerset County, Union County.
New York
     Albany County, Binghamton (city), Jamestown (city), Mount Vernon (city), New
     Rochelle, New York (city), Syracuse (city), Troy (city), Ulster County, Utica (city),
     Yonkers (city), Broome County, Cattarugus County, Cayuga County, Chautauqua County,
     Chemung County, Dutchess County, Erie County, Jefferson County, Montgomery County,
     Nassau County, Niagara County, Oneida County, Ontario County, Oswego County,
     Rockland County, Saratoga County, St. Lawrence County, Steuben County, Suffolk
     County, Thompkins County, Ulster County.
North Carolina
Buncombe County, Guilford County, Mecklenburg County, Wake County
Ohio
State of Ohio and the following jurisdictions:
     Akron (city), Butler County, Canton (city), Columbus (city), Cuyahoga County, Dayton
     (city), Hamilton County, Lakewood (city), Lorain County, Mahoning County,
     Montgomery County, Springfield (city), Stark County, Toledo (city), Trumbull County.
Oklahoma
State of Oklahoma and the following jurisdictions:
     Oklahoma City (city), Tulsa (city), Cherokee OTSA
Oregon
State of Oregon and the following jurisdictions:



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     Lane County.
Pennsylvania
      Allegheny County, Allentown (city), Beaver County, Berks County, Bethlehem (city),
     Blair County, Bucks County, Butler County, Cambria County, Chester County,
     Cumberland County, Dauphin County, Delaware County, Erie (city), Erie County, Fayette
     County, Franklin County, Harrisburg (city), Lackawanna County, Lancaster (city),
     Lancaster County, Lebanon County, Luzerne County, Lycoming County, Mercer County,
     Montgomery County, Northampton County, Northumberland County, Pittsburgh (city),
     Reading (city), Schuylkill County, Scranton (city), Washington County, Westmoreland
     County, Wilkes-Barre (city), York (city), York County.
Puerto Rico
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the following jurisdictions:
     San Juan zona urbana.
Rhode Island
     Kent County, Newport County, Pawtucket (city), Providence County
South Carolina
     Charleston (city)
Tennessee
State of Tennessee and the following jurisdictions:
     Davidson County, Hamilton County, Knoxville (city), Nashville-Davidson (separate
     incorporated areas)
Texas
State of Texas and the following jurisdictions:
     Dallas (city), El Paso (city), Ft. Worth (city), Harris County, Houston (city), San Antonio
     (city)
Utah
State of Utah and the following jurisdictions:
     Salt Lake City (city)
Vermont
     State of Vermont and the following jurisdictions:
     Burlington (city), Rutland County, Washington County
Virginia
     State of Virginia and the following jurisdictions:
     Norfolk (city), Richmond (city).
Washington
State of Washington and the following jurisdictions:
     King County, Seattle (city), Snohomish County, Spokane (city), Tacoma (city)
West Virginia
State of West Virginia and the following jurisdictions:
     Kanawha County
Wisconsin
State of Wisconsin and the following jurisdictions:
       Brown County, Dane County, Madison (city), Milwaukee County, Racine (city),
       Sheboygan County, Winnebago County




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B. Cities and Counties in Metropolitan Areas Containing at Least One Unit of General
Local Government with 3,500 or More Occupied pre-1940 Rental Housing Units

Please see the REVISED Complete List on last page.

  OMB Statistical Areas with more than 3500 pre-1940 rental units* (OMB Code)
Akron, OH (10420)
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY (10580)
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ (10900)
Altoona, PA (11020)
Ann Arbor, MI (11460)
Asheville, NC (11700)
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA (12060)
Atlantic City, NJ (12100)
Austin-Round Rock, TX (12420)
Baltimore-Towson, MD (12580)
Bangor, ME (12620)
Binghamton, NY (13780)
Birmingham-Hoover, AL (13820)
Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, MA-NH (14460)
Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT (14860)
Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY (15380)
Burlington-South Burlington, VT (15540)
Canton-Massillon, OH (15940)
Charleston, WV (16620)
Charleston-North Charleston, SC (16700)
Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, NC-SC (16740)
Chattanooga, TN-GA (16860)
Chicago-Naperville-Joliet, IL-IN-WI (16980)
Cincinnati-Middletown, OH-KY-IN (17140)
Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor, OH (17460)
Colorado Springs, CO (17820)
Columbus, OH (18140)
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX (19100)
Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL (19340)
Dayton, OH (19380)
Denver-Aurora, CO (19740)
Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA (19780)
Detroit-Warren-Livonia, MI (19820)
Dover, DE (20100)
Duluth, MN-WI (20260)
El Paso, TX (21340)
Elmira, NY (21300)
Erie, PA (21500)
Evansville, IN-KY (21780)
Flint, MI (22420)
Fort Wayne, IN (23060)
Fresno, CA (23240)
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Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI (24340)
Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV (25180)
Harrisburg-Carlisle, PA (25420)
Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, CT (25540)
Honolulu, HI (26180)
Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX (26420)
Indianapolis-Carmel, IN (26900)
Jacksonville, FL (27260)
Jamestown-Dunkirk-Fredonia, NY (27460)
Johnstown, PA (27780)
Kalamazoo-Portage, MI (28020)
Kansas City, MO-KS (28140)
Knoxville, TN (28940)
Lancaster, PA (29540)
Lansing-East Lansing, MI (29620)
Lewiston-Auburn, ME (30340)
Lexington-Fayette, KY (30460)
Lincoln, NE (30700)
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA (31100)
Louisville-Jefferson County, KY-IN (31140)
Madison, WI (31540)
Manchester-Nashua, NH (31700)
Memphis, TN-MS-AR (32820)
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Miami Beach, FL (33100)
Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis, WI (33340)
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI (33460)
Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro, TN (34980)
New Haven-Milford, CT (35300)
New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner, LA (35380)
New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA (35620)
Norwich-New London, CT (35980)
Oklahoma City, OK (36420)
Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA (36540)
Peoria, IL (37900)
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD (37980)
Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ (38060)
Pittsburgh, PA (38300)
Pittsfield, MA (38340)
Portland-South Portland-Biddeford, ME (38860)
Portland-Vancouver-Beaverton, OR-WA (38900)
Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown, NY (39100)
Providence-New Bedford-Fall River, RI-MA (39300)
Racine, WI (39540)
Reading, PA (39740)
Richmond, VA (40060)
Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA (40140)



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Rochester, NY (40380)
Rockford, IL (40420)
Sacramento—Arden-Arcade—Roseville, CA (40900)
Salt Lake City, UT (41620)
San Antonio, TX (41700)
San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA (41740)
San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA (41860)
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA (41940)
San Juan-Caguas-Guaynabo, PR (41980)
Santa Barbara-Santa Maria, CA (42060)
Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA (42100)
Savannah, GA (42340)
Scranton—Wilkes-Barre, PA (42540)
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA (42660)
Sioux City, IA-NE-SD (43580)
South Bend-Mishawaka, IN-MI (43780)
Spokane, WA (44060)
Springfield, MA (44140)
Springfield, MO (44180)
Springfield, OH (44220)
St. Louis, MO-IL (41180)
Syracuse, NY (45060)
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL (45300)
Toledo, OH (45780)
Trenton-Ewing, NJ (45940)
Tucson, AZ (46060)
Tulsa, OK (46140)
Utica-Rome, NY (46540)
Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC (47260)
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV (47900)
Wichita, KS (48620)
Williamsport, PA (48700)
Worcester, MA (49340)
York-Hanover, PA (49620)
Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA (49660)

* Number of units from 2000 Census. The Office of Management and Budget’s
 November 20, 2008, list of statistical areas (including counties and principal cities) is available
at http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/assets/omb/bulletins/fy2009/09-01.pdf.




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The Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control is correcting the inadvertent error in the
appendix of the Notice of Funding Availability for HUD’s Fiscal Year 2009 Lead-Based Paint
Hazard Control Grant Program and Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant Program. The
NOFA, including the appendix, was issued on May 19, 2009 and is available at
http://www.hud.gov/offices/lead/09NOFA/leadcombo.cfm. A notice was published in the
Federal Register (74 FR 24031, May 22, 2009) informing the public that this NOFA had been
posted.

Part A of Appendix A: Cities, Towns, Counties, and States Having at Least One Place or County
with 3,500 or More Occupied Rental Housing Units Built Before 1940, and Eligible States and
Tribes, inadvertently omitted 35 jurisdictions (listed below) that are eligible for the 2009 Lead
Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant Program. In order to provide equal opportunity to all
eligible applicants, the deadline for submitting waiver requests to reduce the statutory match
amount from 25% to 10% is therefore extended from June 10, 2009 to June 23, 2009. The
period for HUD to review the requests is extended from June 22, 2009 to June 30, 2009. The
deadline for receipt of the applications in HUD headquarters remains 5:00 PM eastern time
July 20, 2009.

                                                    Jon L. Gant, Director
                                                    Office of Healthy Homes and
                                                       Lead Hazard Control
Corrected Eligible Entities in BLUE

CALIFORNIA (state)                    NEW YORK
      Concord                                 Albany (city)
      San Bernardino County                   Buffalo (city)
      San Francisco City and County           Monroe County
CONNECTICUT (state)                           Orange County
      Hartford (city)                         Schenectady (city)
ILLINOIS                                      Westchester County
      Madison County                  NORTH CAROLINA (state)
      Peoria County                   OREGON
      Rock Island (city)                      Portland (city)
      Rockford                        PENNSYLVANIA (state)
      St. Clair County                        Franklin (city)
INDIANA                               RHODE ISLAND (state)
      Fort Wayne (city)                       Woonsocket (city)
KANSAS (state)                        TEXAS
MASSACHUSETTS                                 Austin (city)
      Boston (city)                   WISCONSIN
      Somerville (city)                       Kenosha County
MICHIGAN (state)                              Rock County
      Detroit (city)
      Lansing (city)
MISSOURI
      St. Louis County
NEW HAMPSHIRE
      Manchester (city)
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

[Docket No. FR–5300–N–06]

Notice of Availability: Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2009

Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program and Lead Hazard Reduction

Demonstration Grant Program; Technical Correction

AGENCY: Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control, HUD.

ACTION: Notice of technical correction.

     In the May 22, 2009 issue of the Federal Register, the Department announced the

availability on its Web site of the application information, submission deadlines, funding criteria,

and other requirements, including an appendix, for the FY2009 Lead-Based Paint Hazard

Control Grant Program and Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant Program NOFA. The

Department is correcting the inadvertent error in omitting 35 jurisdictions in Part A of Appendix

A: Cities, Towns, Counties, and States Having at Least One Place or County with 3,500 or More

Occupied Rental Housing Units Built Before 1940, and Eligible States and Tribes, that are

eligible for the 2009 Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant Program. The revised

Appendix and a list of the 35 inadvertently omitted jurisdictions are available at

http://www.hud.gov/offices/lead/09NOFA/leadcombo.cfm.


     In order to provide equal opportunity to all eligible applicants, the deadline for submitting

waiver requests to reduce the statutory match amount from 25% to 10% is therefore extended

from June 10, 2009 to June 23, 2009. The period for HUD to review the requests is extended

from June 22, 2009 to June 30, 2009. The deadline for receipt of the applications in HUD

headquarters remains 5:00 PM eastern time July 20, 2009.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For information concerning the Lead-Based

Paint Hazard Control Grant Program and Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant Program,

contact Warren Friedman, Senior Advisor to the Director, Office of Healthy Homes and Lead

Hazard Control, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 451 Seventh Street, SW.,

Room 8236, Washington, DC 20410–3000; telephone number 202–402–7574 (this is not a toll-

free number). Persons with speech or hearing impairments may access this telephone number via

TTY by calling the toll-free Federal Information Relay Service during working hours at 800–

877–8339.

Dated:June DD, 2009.

Jon L. Gant,

Director, Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control.

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