Mosquito Surveillance Program

The objective of the Warren City Health District’s Mosquito Surveillance Program is to address public health concerns by monitoring the spread of vector borne diseases. Nearly everyone has been bitten by a mosquito at some point throughout their life, which puts them at risk for a mosquito-borne disease, like West Nile Virus, Dengue, or Malaria. Registered Environmental Health Specialists (REHS) at Warren City Health District will investigate residents’ complaints of mosquitos and/or standing, stagnant water which may act as a potential mosquito breeding site. Upon investigation, REHS will determine the appropriate control method necessary. The goal of this program is to reduce the public’s exposure to mosquitos that may carry diseases and encourage, safe control methods.

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