The below information was published by the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District @

Take a few minutes to walk around your property and dump out any accumulated rainwater from buckets, barrels, old tires, etc.  The work you do now will break the mosquito life cycle and protect you and your family from West Nile virus!West Nile virus information in Spanish - Web Site    PDF File

Contact the District to report 'green' inoperable swimming pools or non-functional ponds & fountains.  These can breed thousands of mosquitoes each week.

WNV is primarily transmitted bird to bird by mosquitoes.  Many species of birds can get WNV and in some, it is nearly always fatal.  The presence of dead birds in the neighborhood is often the first indication of WNV activity. 

Help us monitor and control WNV - Report ALL DEAD BIRDS to or (877) 968-2473.  Not all birds can be collected and tested.  These reports help us direct our control efforts and keep you safe.

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Important links regarding West Nile Virus:

General information - WNV Brochure PDF File

CDC WNV Website - Web Site 

State of California WNV Information - Web Site  

Los Angeles County WNV Website - Web Site 

West Nile virus information in Chinese - Web Site  PDF File

West Nile virus information in Vietnamese -  Web Site 

Joint Statement on Mosquito Control in the United States from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

Maps & Current Case Information -

Press Releases:

All press releases are in .pdf format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat installed, or have trouble viewing the files please click here to get the latest version of Acrobat.

4/27/10 - Canine Heartworm Risk Increased in San Gabriel Valley

7/23/09 - West Nile Virus Found in La Verne and La Puente Birds

5/21/09 - Day in the District - Open House May 29, 2009

9/10/08 - Mosquito Control Services Now Available to Baldwin Park Residents

8/28/08 - Risk of WNV Remains High - Stay Safe Over Labor Day Weekend

8/04/08 - Southern California Vector Control Districts Band Together to Fight WNV

7/09/08 - Elevated WNV Risk in Several San Gabriel Valley Cities

5/29/08 - First Identification of WNV in 2008 - Arcadia & Temple City Crows Test Positive


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