The following information was provided by the West Chicago Mosquito Abatement District. Honeybees – Limited impacts of truck-based ultra-low volume applications of mosquito adulticides on mortality in honey bees – .pdf 329kbAnvil FAQs – .pdf 648kb One of the most-frequently asked questions about community mosquito control applications is about their safety of pollinators. The answers […]
West Nile Virus Update Since 1999, West Nile virus (WNV) has rapidly spread across the United States causing over 52,275 human cases, including over 2,372 fatalities, during the past 21 years. Because WNV is so widespread in bird and mosquito populations, the virus has become well established as an annual mosquito-borne disease threat. In 2020, […]
SWITCH TO DRAFT 7/12/21 Treatment will help suppress adult mosquito populations and reduce risk of West Nile Virus transmission The West Chicago Mosquito Abatement District (MAD) will be conducting a mosquito adulticiding treatment tomorrow (Wednesday, August 5) between the hours of dusk and dawn, weather permitting. Mosquito pools in the immediate area have recently tested […]
The City of West Chicago has been notified that, weather permitting, the West Chicago Mosquito Abatement District will conduct the second spraying for mosquitoes on Thursday, July 11, 2019. Citizen questions may be directed to the Mosquito Hotline (800) 942-2555 or email@example.com.