Adult Mosquito Treatment Map
Columbus Public Health conducts mosquito-control treatment in selected Columbus Neighborhoods, based on CPH surveillance and presence of disease. Treatment is done to kill adult mosquitoes usually begins the first week of July through September to reduce the number of mosquitoes. Treatment is conducted when environmental conditions are favorable and when mosquitoes are most active. This important part of an Integrated Mosquito Management Program is designed to kill adult mosquitoes in flight at the time of the application, with no residual control.
Click the "Legend" or "Details" options above the map for more information. Note: Maps are best viewed in the internet browsers Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer 11.
Residents who wish to opt out of mosquito spraying may do so by contacting 311 at 614-645-3111.
Learn about the products we use
Pesticides are used by employees of Columbus
Public Health to minimize mosquito populations in the community. Employees are
trained to safely and responsibly use pesticides to reduce mosquito numbers
while having little-to-no impact on the environment. Learn more about Biomist, DUET, Perm-X and PermaSease pesticides
The following parks will be treated on June 29th and 30th, 2023, for the 4th of July celebrations and Red, White and Boom:
Dodge, Berliner, McCoy, Goodale, Krumm, Franklin, Nelson, Big
Walnut, Deshler, Driving, Fairwood, Anheuser Bush, Antrim, Woodward, Innis, Iuka,
Tuttle, Linden, N. Bike, Roses, Cooper, Maloney, Mock, Schiller, Stockbridge, S.
Bike, Nafzger, Smith Farms, Portman, Stoneridge, Big Run, Marion Franklin, Holton,
Lindburgh, Rhodes, Westgate, Westmoor, McKinley, Wolfe Park, Lazelle Woods Park,
Downtown/Old Whittier, Old City Garage Area/Short St, Huntington Park, American
Addition, Bicentennial Park, Easthaven Park, Harrison West Park, Perry