Northwest Mosquito Abatement District 
Located in Northwest Cook County, Illinois

THE RISK OF WEST NILE VIRUS INFECTION TO HUMANS OCCURS JULY-SEPTEMBER; REMEMBER TO INSPECT YOUR PROPERTY, WEEKLY, FOR STANDING WATER THAT CAN PRODUCE MOSQUITOES!  WEAR INSECT REPELLENT WHEN OUTDOORS AND AVOID PEAK MOSQUITO BITING BETWEEN DUSK & DAWN!

The District

About Us

Operational Overview

Map of the District

Mosquito Update Newsletter

Mosquito Spraying Schedule NIGHT SPRAY SCHEDULE CANCELLED 7/22/2014

Mosquito Spray FAQ's

NWMAD Contacts

Still Hiring for 2010 Season!

 Protecting Yourself from Mosquitoes

Identifying Mosquito Production Sites Around Your Homei

Report a Water Site Producing Mosquitoes to NWMAD

Products Available for Use Around the HomeNEW effective non-DEET repellents!

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The Northwest Mosquito Abatement District was organized in April, 1956 and formed by public election in nine townships.  Boundaries encompass the Cook County townships of Barrington, Palatine, Wheeling, Hanover, Schaumburg, Elk Grove Village, Maine, 1 sq. mile of Norwood Park and 6 sq. miles of Northfield. This is a land area of approximately 242 sq. miles. The Northwest Mosquito Abatement District's main office is located in Wheeling and  2 seasonal auxiliary facilities located in Hoffman Estates, and Elk Grove Village.    
                                          West Nile virus infected mosquitoes have been detected in Cook County, IL.

West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus Information

West Nile virus activity in NWMAD  Updated!

Dead Bird/Animal Reporting

 

                                                                                    

7/19/2012 NIGHT SPRAY PENDING

SCHEDULE PENDING!

UPDATED!