San Carlos City (pre78) Lead Paint Poison Location Predictive Data - Wave 1

San Carlos City (pre78) Lead Paint Poison Location Predictive Data - Wave 1

6,372.00

Data Release 1: What the data is and what it isn't.

The Google Map search screens with hotel references used here as a city map reference are not what is included in this package. MI maps do not include Google paid advertisers and only include Red Dots as seen in the example image. For interested parties, and as people determine they want to be connected with service providers who can help them with home projects, we will include advertisements along those lines. For now, you will receive Red Dots and Google Maps driving directions integrations with your data purchases.

Red dots, when zoomed all the way in, indicate each housing unit built before 1978 that needs to be tested for lead paint poison to protect occupants’ and neighbors’ health, housing property values, and our environment.

Red dots allow you to zoom in all the way down from county level to the individual housing unit location where there is a high likelihood that lead poisoning exists in interior and exterior walls, soil, dust, and air.

Google maps integration allows you to pull these maps up on your mobile devices if you want to take them with you as part of a Nextdoor, or community group effort to notify friends and neighbors about the need to test and make sure everyone is lead-safe in your neighborhood.

There is a spreadsheet list view along with your map so you can print it out or export it into lists you can share with your constituents, neighbors, members, clients, and youth groups so everyone can triangulate on addressing these issues together.

Data Release 1 is PREDICTIVE Data - Read this carefully.

  • This data set only covers about 30% of the housing in these areas where occupants regularly communicate about their tenancy and where their housing unit was built between 1900-1978.

  • If your County's Tax Assessor Office will provide building data for us, without a fee, will will use your data and fill in the information they have for building built before 1900 which is critical to ensuring your oldest housing units are addressed quickly.  If they charge a fee, we can work through that with them and with you to ensure pre-1900 housing is included for additional data charges.

  • We will continue to create and produce more waves of data that include a broader spectrum of living situations and locations where people who are not regularly communicating about where and how they live - where they willingly choose to OPT IN - to ensure we're including and protecting as many folks as possible.

  • Our data is predictive meaning that based on historic data, current data, interviews, and trends that allows us to predict that lead poison exists in a location.  We are providing this data because time is of the essence and it only takes a few breaths or a few seconds to be exposed and suffer permanent disability from lead exposure. 

  • We opted to provide you with predictive data, not yet validated by a human or a physical test, to give you a chance to become aware of and get in front of the possibility of becoming lead poisoned inside your own home. This is also so you can go get your family checked up and get your kids' blood tested for lead poisoning to hopefully prevent them from becoming lead poisoned. You cannot undo brain damage and lead piles up in your system every day you're around it, so from our perspective, we'd rather be right most of the time and give you predictions than wait for blood lead tests that prove your child has been exposed to lead poison. 

  • Our data is also not perfect because we are starting to build clean data with our financial investments and your contributions. There is no central reporting location, until now, for lead-safe certificates to be shared with the public including insights about whether people have painted or cleaned up any environmental hazards.

  • The only way lead abatement projects can be seen now is if you submit a Freedom of Information Act request to the CA State Department of Public Health and wait a while for someone to send you years of pdf files to look through one by one to see if an address is on one of those documents. We think that's not fast enough which is why we're building MI data for you.

Pricing

  • Red dots are $1 per housing unit.

  • However many red dots there are in a Zip Code is what the dollar amount equals, e.g.:

    • Oakland Zip Code 94601 has 6,036 red dots for housing units built before 1978 so the price for this data for this Zip Code is $6,036.

    • Oakland Zip Code 94601 has 5,669 red dots for housing units built before 1951 so the prices for this data for this Zip Code is $5,569.

      • Pre-1951 lead housing data is separated out to help quickly find housing that may qualify for lead remediation settlement funds to be distributed soon as a results of a 17+ year lawsuit files against lead paint manufacturers for create toxic hazards for Californians.  The defendants in the case negotiated a deal to not cover all housing built before 1978, and to only cover housing built before 1951. This data is created to help this process go faster so people living in and around pre-1951 housing can Get the Lead Out with the lead help of funds from this lawsuit. 

We do not guarantee funds will be connected to anyone who uses our process and data, but we want to get everyone as prepared as possible to be at the front of line when funds become available.

When a city’s Zip Codes are funded new pricing becomes available at lower cost to provide the same level of data to these types of stakeholders:

  • Community groups

  • Small Businesses

  • Mid-size Businesses

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