Mosquito Treatment

Board of Health

Mosquito Treatment

Mosquito Treatment

Call the Mosquito Hotline at 770-520-7500 for mosquito prevention, protection and education or to report mosquito related issues to Environmental Health Services. If warranted, an inspection of the property will be done to evaluate the issue. Educational materials and mosquito breeding prevention tips are also available.



Protect yourself and your family from mosquito bites by practicing the “Five D’s.”

Dusk/Dawn – Mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus usually bite at dusk and dawn, so avoid or limit outdoor activity at these times.

Dress – Wear loose-fitting, long-sleeved shirts and pants to reduce the amount of exposed skin.

DEET – Cover exposed skin with an insect repellent containing DEET.

Drain - Empty any containers holding standing water because they are excellent breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

Doors – Make sure doors and windows are in good repair and fit tightly.



Don't forget to tip 'n toss containers holding water after every rainfall. Eliminating standing water prevents mosquito breeding.