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What is West Nile Virus?

West Nile virus is a disease that is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes. The symptoms of West Nile range from none to very serious.

West Nile Virus Technical Advisory Committee

The West Nile Virus (WNV) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meets to discuss the previous WNV season and considers recommendations for future response guidelines.

The WNV TAC is composed of City-appointed experts who provide technical expertise and make recommendations to City Council regarding the City’s West Nile Virus Management Policy.

 

West Nile Virus Technical Advisory Committee Members

  • Lars Eisen
  • Boris Kondratieff
  • Dana Kunze
  • Adrienne LeBailly
  • Eric Levine
  • Greg McMaster
  • Chester G. Moore
  • Roger Nasci
  • Elizabeth Pruessner
  • Meghan Williams       

West Nile Virus Technical Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule

  • March 25th – Council work session
  • March 26th – 4-6 p.m. City Clerks Confrence Room at City Hall (300 Laporte Ave.)
  • April 2nd – 4-6 p.m. Parks maintenance shop (413 S. Bryan Ave.)
  • April 14th - 4-6 p.m. Parks maintenance shop (413 S. Bryan Ave.)

These are working meeting, but are open to the public and media to observe.

 

West Nile Virus Adulticide Notification System - Subscribe

The City of Fort Collins has developed a system to allow citizens to be notified when future mosquito adulticiding is scheduled. This service is free of charge and subscribers can choose to receive notifications on any or all of the six areas that Fort Collins is divided into.

If you do not have an e-mail address, please call the Colorado Mosquito Control at (970) 962-2582.

West Nile Virus Technical Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes

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Mosquito Dashboard

Keep tabs on mosquitoes in your neighborhood with the Mosquito Dashboard. Select the date and location, and the Dashboard will give you numbers of trapped mosquitoes, and whether or not they tested positive for West Nile Virus.