Logan City is asking residents to do their part and prepare early for the upcoming mosquito season.
The most important step residents can take to help fight mosquito populations, according to Logan City Conservation Manager Emily Mailik, is to get rid of standing water around your home and neighborhood.
Common sources of standing water include bird baths, ponds, rain gutters, ditches or any area water pools.
The city is also asking residents who would like to be contacted prior to crews spraying in their neighborhood or to be put on the “do not spray list” to go online and fill out a form. This form can be found at http://www.loganutah.org/government/departments/environmental/mosquito_abatement/index.php.
If you have previously registered for the “do not spray” or notification list, you need to call or email each season to remain on the list, according to the city.
For questions, or to make a report of mosquitoes or larvae within Logan City limits, please call Rex Davis, City Forester, at (435) 716-9749 or email him at email@example.com.