Lead Risk and Exposure Data

Why should I be concerned about exposure to lead?

Childhood lead poisoning is a serious but preventable public health issue. Lead is a toxic metal that can cause learning and behavior problems, and delay physical growth and mental development. A blood test is available to measure the amount of lead in your blood and to estimate the amount of exposure to lead. This site provides data on blood lead testing and on elevated blood lead levels among Washington children.

View the Data

Childhood Lead Exposure

Childhood Lead Risk Map

Housing Lead Risk

You can also explore WTN's Information by Location (IBL) mapping tool to see how age of housing and poverty affects risk of lead exposure across Washington communities.

Reduce Exposure

To learn more about lead, your health, and reducing your risk for exposure, visit our Lead Prevention webpage.

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For information or questions related to the Washington Tracking Network, email DOH.WTN@doh.wa.gov.

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