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Posted on: June 2, 2016

Mosquito Control Has Begun

The Village of Woodridge has a multi-phase plan to address mosquitoes. The first phase is to proactively target mosquito breeding grounds and control their ability to hatch. Trained and certified Public Works staff, along with Clarke Environmental have begun larviciding activities to kill mosquito larvae before they become adults. This includes treating standing bodies of water, stocking retention ponds with over 22,000 mosquito eating fish, and putting Altosid briquettes (for larvae control) into storm water catch basins.

More information, including how you can assist in reducing mosquito breeding, can be found under the Residents, Public Works, Mosquito Abatement link. Up to date information on mosquito borne illnesses, including the Zika Virus, can be found on the Illinois Department of Public Health website at the link below.

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