Disney prides itself on creating magical experiences, but one of the more magical feats that they have pulled has to be providing a virtually mosquito-free experience for patrons visiting Disneyworld – even though it’s located on former swampland in hot, humid Florida
Los Angeles County continues to grapple with the threat posed by persistent nearly year-round mosquito seasons. This new reality, coupled with the County’s heavy rainfall in recent months, means that we expect an increased number of both nuisance and disease-carrying mosquitoes – underscoring why we must take preventive action now.
We join the County in mourning the passing of Barbara Yaroslavsky, wife of Ex-Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, who represented the 3rd Supervisorial District for 20 years. She unfortunately passed from complications after contracting West Nile Virus at the age of 71.
One Dragonfly Can Eat Hundreds of Mosquitoes a Day. Keep These 10 Plants in Your Yard to Attract Dragonflies! #FightTheBite
It always amazes me the way nature takes care of things in her own time, and her own way. If people only stopped taking control and started listening to her, we’d see the beauty of these interactions take place.
Encouraging residents to check for areas around their yard that can accumulate any amount of standing water. #CCMAD #Compton #ComptonCreek #Mosquitoes
The City of Compton and Compton Unified School District have partnered up to host the 2nd Annual Compton 5K Run/Walk. This annual event was held this past Saturday, June 22nd, where it began at 8am at Centennial High School and ended at the Gateway Town Center development.
June 24th marks the official start of the National Mosquito Awareness Week – an annual awareness event aimed at educating the public on the dangers posed by mosquitoes in our own backyards.
The Compton Creek Mosquito Abatement District was honored to join some of the biggest names in technology at the Compton Unified STEAMfest ’19, held at the Douglas Dollarhide Community Center in Compton.
General Manager Mitchel R. Weinbaum, Compton City Manager Cecil Rhambo, California’s 44th Congressional representative Nanette Diaz Barragán alongside board of Trustee members Micah Ali, and Tana McCoy.
This could be shaping up to be a bad year for mosquitoes and biting bugs, and experts say it's because the snowy winter and rainy spring is creating a larger amount of standing and stagnant water.