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.RICHMOND (CITY) 6,800
2.NORFOLK (CITY) 4,600
3.ROANOKE (CITY) 2,300
4.ARLINGTON 1,800
5.PORTSMOUTH (CITY) 1,600
6.DANVILLE (CITY) 1,200
7.LYNCHBURG (CITY) 1,200
8.CHARLOTTESVILLE (CITY) 1,100
9.NEWPORT NEWS (CITY) 1,000
10.ALEXANDRIA (CITY) 990
11.HAMPTON (CITY) 840
12.MONTGOMERY 730
13.ACCOMACK 710
14.TAZEWELL 670
15.WISE 670
16.HENRICO 640
17.PETERSBURG (CITY) 640
18.LEE 570
19.SUFFOLK (CITY) 550
20.FAIRFAX 550
21.HALIFAX 530
22.PITTSYLVANIA 510
23.SCOTT 470
24.PULASKI 460
25.ROCKINGHAM 460
26.HARRISONBURG (CITY) 460
27.WASHINGTON 440
28.RADFORD (CITY) 430
29.SMYTH 430
30.STAUNTON (CITY) 420
31.MECKLENBURG 410
32.HENRY 400
33.WINCHESTER (CITY) 400
34.MARTINSVILLE (CITY) 390
35.WYTHE 370
36.NORTHAMPTON 370
37.RUSSELL 350
38.FREDERICKSBURG (CITY) 350
39.BRISTOL (CITY) 350
40.PAGE 350
41.BUCHANAN 340
42.SHENANDOAH 330
43.CHESAPEAKE (CITY) 320
44.CARROLL 310
45.CAMPBELL 300
46.NOTTOWAY 300
47.VIRGINIA BEACH (CITY) 290
48.AUGUSTA 290
49.HOPEWELL (CITY) 280
50.DICKENSON 280