Health Department seeking contractors for lead paint abatement in Albion, Batavia

Posted 16 June 2020 at 11:11 am

Press Release, Genesee and Orleans County Health Department

The Genesee and Orleans County Health Department is accepting applications from contractors to be included on a list of bidders for the Genesee-Orleans Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes Program.

The program is grant-funded and is concentrating on reducing lead-based paint hazards at properties in the City of Batavia and Village of Albion. However, properties must be located in one of the following census tracts: 36037950700, 36037950800, 36037951000, and 36073040700. Check your census tract by clicking here.

Contractors wishing to be included on the list are required to complete a Contractor Application.

There is no deadline for application submittal at this time. However, only those firms which appear on the program’s list of preapproved contractors, having submitted a completed application package and been successfully preapproved, will receive bid packages.

Contractors are required to be EPA Lead Abatement certified. Training can be arranged and paid for with program funds for firms/workers not currently certified.

Applications and information on the program can be obtained by calling the Genesee County Health Department at (585) 344-2580 x5555, or by emailing

Return to top