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LimeBike Memorandum of Understanding

Mosquito Control Information

Summer is a time of year for outdoor activities and fun in the sun.  All of the outdoor activities make us more susceptible to the sting of mosquitoes. Recent coverage of the Zika virus has made of more aware of these pesky insects. 
 
 
Mosquitoes tend to lay their eggs in standing water.  It only takes a few days for the eggs to hatch and mosquitoes to be present.  Please be cognizant of standing water and plants or landscaping that holds water like the bromeliad.
 
Mosquito Standing Water pic
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mosquitoes carry diseases that can be spread through mosquito bites.  There are several species of mosquitoes in South Florida that may transmit diseases to humans and animals.
 
 
Miami-Dade County in conjunction with the Department of Health has several educational brochures available to prevent mosquito breeding and protecting yourself from mosquito bites.
 
Please visit their websites for more information: Miami-Dade Mosquito Control and Florida Health Mosquito Borne Diseases
 
 
Some of the topics of interest are:
 
Please help keep our community mosquito free!