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Aedes aegypti has spread throughout the County

Aedes aegypti, a mosquito introduced to Kings County in 2017, has spread throughout the County and is prevalent in the Cities of Hanford, Lemoore, and Corcoran. This mosquito usually bites during the day, usually below your knee around the ankles. Aegypti mosquitoes breed in small containers of water, such as the saucers under potted plants, birdbaths, dog bowls, French drains, and tires. It can also breed indoors. You can learn more about this mosquito by going here:

If you experience problems with this mosquito, please call  (559) 584-3326 to request an appointment.