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Cache Mosquito Abatement District (CMAD)

Culex pipiens mosquito

In our district, the Culex pipiens mosquito likes man-made water pools and carries West Nile virus.

Additional Resources

The policies adopted by the Board of Trustees may be found here.

Mosquito Abatement

Abatement activities have ended for 2018.

West Nile Virus (WNV)

West Nile Virus is a disease transmitted by the bite of Culex species of mosquito. The Utah Department of Health Bureau of Epidemiology provides information on WNV for the general public, media, medical personnel, and others. Click here for a fact sheet on WNV in Utah.

Mosquito pools within the district and in Logan tested positive for WNV this season. As of October 6th, a total of 180 pools and 9 animals tested positive throughout the state. Ten human cases were identified in Utah. Seven people contracted the more serious neuroinvasive disease, and one person died.

Zika Virus

We provide this information as a public service. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) has a dedicated site with current information on Zika travel alerts, precautions, latest research and more; please click here for more information.

District Information

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. In Logan, please contact Rex Davis at (435) 716-9749. For the College-Young Ward area, please contact Brad Tolman at (435) 755-5733. For River Heights or Paradise, please contact your local councils.

CMAD

The Cache Mosquito Abatement District (CMAD) was approved by voters in 12 communities and the county unincorporated area on the November 2004 ballot. Since then, four more communities have requested (and been granted) annexation into the District. The College-Young Ward area and Logan City maintain their own mosquito abatement programs. For more on the history of Cache MAD, click here

Contact information for the Cache MAD can be found at the bottom of this page.