The Woodlands Township reminds residents to drain after rain and leave mosquitoes high and dry! Recent heavy rains coupled with the first confirmed reports of West Nile virus in mosquitoes from The Woodlands make it doubly important to eliminate standing water from your yard.
With news of the first human case of West Nile Virus in Montgomery County, The Woodlands Township reminds residents to stay alert and take steps to protect themselves and loved ones from the risks of disease borne by mosquitoes.Continue reading
Montgomery County Mosquito Abatement has confirmed that a sample of mosquitoes from a surveillance site in The Woodlands Township within South Montgomery County has tested positive for West Nile virus. The Township urges residents to be diligent in taking precautions to protect themselves and loved ones from the mosquito-borne disease.Continue reading
To reduce mosquitoes after the recent rains, The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department encourages residents to check their yards for standing water and to empty containers to reduce mosquito breeding sites.Continue reading