Environmental Health Services member inspects a rental home.

Safe & Healthy Homes

Everyone deserves to live in a healthy home, regardless of income level or geography.

Safe & Healthy Homes Program

Tulsa Health Department launched in April 2019 a voluntary program that will provide Tulsa County property owners free courtesy inspections of homes and apartment units to ensure a healthy and safe home for their tenants. Qualifying properties will be enrolled as a THD Safe & Healthy Home. Our hope is that property owners and renters will experience the benefits that a healthy and safe living space can provide.

If you are a property owner and would like to learn more about becoming a THD Safe & Healthy Homes Participant or if you are renting a property in Tulsa County, contact our office at 918-595-4200.

Together we can make Tulsa the healthiest county in the country by providing all our residents safe and healthy dwelling spaces with safety and security measures in place to maintain the occupants’ well-being.

Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction Program

THD received a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to reduce lead-based paint hazards in qualifying homes with children under the age of 6 that live in Tulsa County. The inspection identifies lead-based paint, dust and soil hazards in residential properties. The overall goal of the Lead Hazard Control Program is to reduce lead hazards inside the home for the residents of Tulsa County, especially those households with children under the age of 6. THD can potentially remove lead hazards from your home at no cost to you. Learn More