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Posted on: June 3, 2022
[ARCHIVED] MOSQUITO CONTROL
Maintain your property and mow your lawn regularly.
Drain all standing water from containers such as bird baths and flower pots.
Get rid of old tires; they collect water.
Store wheelbarrows, canoes, etc. upside down.
Repair leaky faucets so standing water won't collect.
To view the City's mosquito vector control map, click HERE