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10.7.16 PCGHD West Nile Virus Report
Mosquito News and Updates
8.14.17 PCGHD has detected additional pools of mosquitoes positive for West Nile Virus in Pickaway County near Lockbourne Lodge Manufactured Home Park and Lockbourne Eastern Road in Madison/ Harrison TWP and near Lincoln Avenue in the City of Circleville. Click here to the see the full report and how you can take action to protect yourself from mosquito borne disease.
8.1.2017 PCGHD has detected positive West Nile Virus mosquito pools in Pickaway County in the Atlanta area located in Perry TWP. Click here to see the West Nile Virus Report and how you can take action to protect yourself from mosquito borne disease.
7.17.17 PCGHD has detected the first positive West Nile Virus mosquito pool in Pickaway County in the Deer Creek area. Click this link see the most up to date West Nile Virus report for Pickaway County.
7.10.17 Mosquito Larvicide is available for homeowners to use around their property and is free to those who reside in Pickaway County. Please stop by our office at 110 Island Road, Suite C located in Circleville, OH 43113 to pick up your free larvicide product while supplies last. This product is available and is a helpful way to reduce mosquitos around your property.
7.6.17 Check out our mosquito trapping map to see where mosquito surveillance is being conducted throughout Pickaway County
PCGHD Mosquito Program: Mosquitoes can be found around many households, campgrounds, and parks in Ohio. It is common for humans to come in contact with mosquitoes in the spring, summer, and early fall in Ohio when going outdoors. There are 59 species of mosquitoes in Ohio. Some of these mosquitoes are known to spread disease. Although rare, mosquitoes can spread diseases such as west nile virus, encephalitis and malaria if an infected mosquito bites a human. Dogs can also get heartworms from bites from infected mosquitoes.
For the remainder of 2017, PCGHD has received funding through the Ohio EPA to help with mosquito surveillance and control activities. PCGHD staff are available to help assist you with questions regarding mosquito prevention, filing complaints regarding mosquito problems in Pickaway County, and reducing mosquito harborage conditions in Pickaway County. To file complaints or report mosquito problems, please call 740-477-9667 ext. 225.