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  • Scheduled Control



    Thursday, August 27, 2015 – Adult Mosquito Control Operations – Lincolnwood, Morton Grove & Skokie

    The North Shore Mosquito Abatement District conducted targeted adult mosquito control operations in portions of Lincolnwood, Morton Grove and Skokie on Thursday, August 27, 2015.

    The specific NSMAD map numbers treated were:

    04-23 Skokie
    04-26 Lincolnwood & Skokie
    05-22 Skokie
    05-27 Lincolnwood & Skokie
    06-21 Morton Grove & Skokie
    06-28 Lincolnwood, Morton Grove & Skokie

    Please click here for detailed information regarding the specific NSMAD map numbers treated.

  • Positive Result


    Thursday, August 20, 2015

    2015’s First Human West Nile Virus Case Occurs in Skokie

    The Skokie Department of Public Health announced that a resident has contracted West Nile virus. This is the first human case to occur in the area served by the NSMAD this year.

    Please click here for more information from the Village of Skokie.

    This year, WNV positive batches of mosquitoes have been found in NSMAD traps located in all of the communities we serve.

    Click here for current test results.

    The NSMAD recommends that residents take personal protection measures to minimize mosquito bites including: the use of insect repellent on exposed skin, wearing light colored, loose fitting clothing and avoiding peak mosquito feeding times during the hours around dawn and dusk. Residents are urged to examine their property and eliminate any items that can hold water, particularly smaller items that may be easily overlooked.

    Remember, if it can hold water, it can breed mosquitoes.

Our Mission

We work to reduce and control the regional mosquito population so as to decrease the probability of mosquito borne illness and minimize the negative impact mosquitoes have on the quality of life in the District.


You can help us minimize your exposure to mosquito bites by reporting standing water and dead birds.