Keep your yard from becoming a breeding ground for Mosquitoes.

March 31, 2014

Mosquitoes can lay eggs in any location that contains standing water.

Be sure to inspect your yard and property once every week and drain any standing water

And Don’t Forget To Check

  • Plant saucers
  • Uncovered boats
  • Water bowls for pets
  • Leaky hoses and faucets
  • Rot holes in trees


The NUMBER ONE thing

you can do to prevent

Mosquitoes is to NOT

give them a place to lay

their eggs and develop.



March 10, 2014

Public Notice of Mosquito Control Activities

The Skamania County Mosquito Control District will begin seasonal activities around March 31, 2014.   Only when mosquito larva is found will they use one of the following larvicides.

  1.  AquaBac G (Bacillus thuringiensis, subspecies Israelensis): specific for mosquito larva
  2. Altosid (S-Methoprene) a growth inhibitor active on early stages of mosquito larva
  3. Agnique (poly-alpha –w-hydroxy): a monomolecular surface film used for later stages of larva and pupa

Later in the season and only in those areas where adult mosquitoes reach thresholds as specified in District IMM plan or if mosquito transmitted disease is detected, will the district adulticide using:

  1.  Aqua Reslin (permethrin) which is fogged at a rate between 0.0015 and 0.007 ounces per acre.

Mosquito control activities will continue throughout the season until mid to late October depending on weather conditions

Phone or email the Mosquito Control District for further information or to report mosquito problems within District boundaries – (360) 904-4345 or .   Additional information and schedule changes  will be posted and updated on our website –  or