Martin County Mosquito Control to conduct aerial treatment Thursday

Martin County Mosquito Control will conduct an aerial larvicide treatment commencingThursday morning, September 13, to reduce saltmarsh mosquito populations due to recent rain. … Click here to read more

Martin County working to control mosquito population despite lack of resources

From WPTV: “Governor Rick Scott told reporters that 20,000 samples have been taken of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, but not one tested positive for carrying the Zika virus. The samples were collected from across the state, but none were sent from Martin County … Click here to read more

Heavy rains that doused Martin are paving the way for unwelcome visitors: mosquitoes

The heavy rains that doused our area are paving the way for some unwelcome visitors: mosquitoes. The Florida Department of Health in Martin County and Martin County Mosquito Control are urging residents to “drain and cover” to prevent mosquitoes from breeding and biting. “We are seeing unusually high number of mosquitoes breeding in areas throughout the county … Click here to read more

Martin County residents and visitors urged to take precautions against chikungunya fever

The Florida Department of Health in Martin County and Martin County Mosquito Control advises residents and visitors to be aware of chikungunya fever, a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes. Symptoms of chikungunya usually begin 3-7 days after being bitten by an infected mosquito and can include fever and severe joint pains often in hands and feet. … Click here to read more

Controlling mosquitoes in Martin County: check out your zone and the daily spray schedule

To view the daily spray schedule and read more about Martin County’s mosquito control … Click here to read more

Martin County to battle mosquito fallout from Isaac’s rains: check your spray schedule here

CBS12 reports that with the rains from Isaac this week it won’t take long for a mosquito to take over your neighborhood. In less than 3 days, mosquitoes can lay eggs and breed in standing water. Check out your zone and daily spray schedule … Click here to read more