The Consolidated Mosquito Abatement District uses an integrated mosquito management approach to control mosquitoes that is focused on the immature stages of the mosquito life cycle. In the event of high adult mosquito abundance and/or the detection of mosquito-borne diseases, such as West Nile virus, the District will implement control measures to suppress adult mosquito populations and/or to suppress the potential for disease transmission.
Use the map below to determine if a treatment is scheduled for your neighborhood.
Scheduled treatments for adult mosquitoes:
As of September 16th the District has temporarily suspended spraying for adult mosquitoes in all urban areas due to poor air quality. Mosquitoes continue to test positive for West Nile and Saint Louis Encephalitis virus throughout the District. It is important that residents take the following steps to protect their health and eliminate mosquito production on their property:
- Use an EPA approved mosquito repellent if you go outdoors.
- Check around your home for standing water or water holding containers and eliminate.
- Yard drains in urban residential landscaping can provide the perfect habitat for mosquito development, take the time to screen your yard drains.
The District will continue to monitor and test mosquito populations. Residents can view areas that have previously and recently tested positive for disease on our website.