Cache Mosquito Abatement District (CMAD)

West Nile Virus

As of November 18th, there were 62 human and 35 horse cases of West Nile Virus in Utah. Of the human cases, 38 were neuroinvasive while 24 were the milder fever. Five people died due to WNV.

2017 MOSQUITO SEASON

Abatement activities ended October 5th.

We use GIS (Geographic Information System) to track where we find mosquito larva, what compound we use to treat the standing water, and to record the results when we check back (larval growth stopped, larva dead, etc.). All of our foggers are equpipped with a GPS chip to not only track our route but to also gather information on the application rate, speed of the vehicle, and to stop fogging when we reach those properties that have requested no spraying (fogging). The foggers are calibrated to deliver a consistent droplet size at various travel speeds up to 20 mph. All of our workers are licensed by UDAF (Utah Department of Agriculture and Food) to apply pesticides.

Courtesy No-Spray Requests

When possible, the District will try to honor courtesy no-spray requests. Please submit a request in writing in order for us to plan routes and accommodate no spray requests. Click here to read this policy. Click here to obtain the fillable form to complete and submit to CMAD. The request must be submitted EACH year.

If you live in Logan or College-Young Ward, please contact your local abatement personnel, NOT Cache Mosquito Abatement District, for fogging schedules, no spray requests, etc.

The District is divided into areas generally identified by the community each is around; these names are what appear in the fogging schedule.