Residents of communities served by the Franklin County Public Health Mosquito Management Program (see list below) can submit a request for service to report mosquito problems or concerns. You can call our Mosquito Hotline at (614) 525-BITE (2483) or complete the form below. All submissions will be processed in the order received and we will make all attempts to respond to reported mosquito problems or concerns within one business day. This may include a site visit to the location reported and/or a telephone call to try and obtain further information.Expand All | Collapse All
If you live in one of the communities listed below that does not participate in the FCPH Mosquito Management Program, please call the phone number listed for your jurisdiction:
City of Columbus: Call the City of Columbus (or the City's) 311 Service Center by dialing 311 or (614) 645-3111
Blendon Township: Service Department, (614) 882-2673
Brice: Village Office, (614) 864-8591
Jackson Township: Service Department, (614) 871-3910
Jefferson Township: Administrative Offices, (614) 855-4260
Minerva Park: (614) 882-5743
Obetz: Administrative Offices, (614) 491-1080
Pickerington: Service and Utilities Department, (614) 833-2292
Truro Township: Administrative Offices, (614) 866-1317
Valleyview: (614) 279-5630
Worthington: Contact the City of Columbus by dialing 311 or (614) 645-3111
FCPH maintains a Do Not Spray registry of residents who request a limited shut off of mosquito adulticiding with cause. FCPH will make a good faith effort to shut off truck mounted aerosol equipment within 150 feet of a registered property. This registry will be rendered inactive if the Health Commissioner declares a public health emergency where treatment is indicated. In the event of such an emergency or aerial application, FCPH will attempt to telephone members of the registry prior to treatment of their property.
Attention Apiarists/Bee Keepers: When FCPH determines that mosquito adulticiding is necessary; this application takes place beginning at around sunset and continues for several hours. Typically, bees are less active at this time, back in their hives and would not be affected by our application. But in an effort to further protect the honey bee population, FCPH obtains a list of all currently registered apiaries in Franklin County from the Ohio Department of Agriculture and include those in our Do Not Spray registry. We make all attempts to identify registered apiaries in our participating jurisdictions. To ensure that the property where your hives are kept is not treated with pesticide, we ask that you complete and submit our Do Not Spray form as a precautionary measure.
If you would like to not have your property sprayed (adulticided), please complete our Do Not Spray registry form and mail it to our offices.