POLLUTION RANKINGS|Lead Hazards| By County
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Counties with Potential Lead Hazards
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Rank County Number of housing units
1.LOS ANGELES 120,000
2.SAN FRANCISCO 22,000
3.ALAMEDA 15,000
4.SAN DIEGO 10,000
5.FRESNO 6,200
6.SAN BERNARDINO 6,100
7.SACRAMENTO 5,800
8.KERN 4,500
9.SAN JOAQUIN 4,100
10.ORANGE 3,900
11.SANTA CLARA 3,600
12.RIVERSIDE 3,500
13.CONTRA COSTA 2,800
14.SAN MATEO 2,800
15.STANISLAUS 2,700
16.TULARE 2,700
17.HUMBOLDT 2,400
18.SANTA BARBARA 2,200
19.BUTTE 2,000
20.MONTEREY 2,000
21.SANTA CRUZ 1,900
22.SONOMA 1,700
23.MERCED 1,500
24.VENTURA 1,300
25.SAN LUIS OBISPO 1,200
26.MARIN 1,100
27.SOLANO 1,100
28.YOLO 1,100
29.IMPERIAL 860
30.MENDOCINO 850
31.SISKIYOU 780
32.SHASTA 750
33.KINGS 750
34.MADERA 620
35.NAPA 580
36.YUBA 540
37.SUTTER 480
38.LAKE 470
39.TEHAMA 460
40.PLACER 450
41.GLENN 400
42.NEVADA 360
43.LASSEN 300
44.EL DORADO 260
45.COLUSA 250
46.TUOLUMNE 220
47.MODOC 220
48.DEL NORTE 210
49.PLUMAS 200
50.CALAVERAS 190