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  • Heliports

    Lee County Mosquito Control District has seven heliports. Heliports are used to provide a safe location to refuel and reload materials for aerial larviciding activities. Heliports are located in areas close to active mosquito breeding habitat to help reduce costs of helicopter operation by minimizing ferrying time.

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    To see the building of the Winkler Helistop click on the links below:

    Winkler Helistop N Aug. 2, 1990     Winkler Helistop S Aug. 2, 1990     Winkler Helistop E Aug 2, 1990

  • News

    News and Events
    • Hurricane Irma’s Impact on Mosquitoes

      Hurricane Irma Press Release    For Immediate Release:  09/18/2017 For further information, contact Shelly Redovan, Deputy Director, Education …Read More »
    • September Public Hearing

      September 21, 2017, Monthly Board Meeting and Public Hearing The Lee County Mosquito Control District and the Lee …Read More »
    • SLE in California

      A mosquito carrying a possibly debilitating virus rarely seen in Northern California has been found in the town …Read More »
    • Arbovirus update

      2017Week33ArbovirusReport_8-19-17 For earlier Arbovirus reports click here:  https://www.lcmcd.com/what-we-do/disease-surveillance CHIKUNGUNYA (12): ASIA (PAKISTAN) ********************************* A ProMED-mail post <http://www.promedmail.org> ProMED-mail …Read More »
    • AMCA video

      How we view our work as proud members of the American Mosquito Control and Florida Mosquito Control Associations. …Read More »