Report a Neglected Pool

Please fill out the information requested below completely to ensure that your request for service is processed promptly.

Neglected pools produce mosquitoes putting you and your family at high risk for West Nile virus. Report a neglected pool by filling out the form below. A technician will inspect the pool and may treat with products that kill mosquito larvae and/or add mosquitofish, which will help keep the mosquito production under control. Reporting a neglected pool may be done so anonymously. Please be assured that a technician will inspect and/or treat the area for mosquitoes. The District cannot provide follow-up calls after a pool has been investigated.

Address of Pool

City

Nearest Cross Street

Is The Home Occupied or Vacant?

Occupied

Vacant


Is The Pool "In Ground" or "Above Ground"?

In Ground

Above Ground

Are There Dogs Located on the Property?

Yes

No

Please describe any further details that will assist our technicians inspecting the property (where pool is best viewed from, any dogs or other animals, how long the pool has been dirty, etc).

May we contact you if we need further information in regard to locating the pool? If so, please fill in your contact information below. If you wish to remain anonymous, please leave the fields below blank:

First and Last Name
Phone Number
Email Address

How did you hear about us? Check as many as apply:

Newspaper Neighbor/Friend Internet BART
Television Radio In the Mail Bus

Other:

*PLEASE READ: Important Notes Regarding Neglected Pools*

Once your request is processed, one of our technicians will inspect the pool and if it is breeding mosquitoes, we may treat the pool with products that kill mosquito larvae and add mosquitofish, which will help keep mosquito production under control.

Pool water will remain dirty and dark even after it has been treated and/or mosquitofish have been added.

Please DO NOT add chlorine to the pool. This will kill the fish and start the mosquito production cycle.

Thank you for your help in protecting our community from mosquitoes and West Nile virus!


Once a report is submitted, the District cannot provide follow-up calls after a pool has been investigated. Thank you again for helping to protect public health!