The Edwards Mosquito Abatement District (EMAD) is a public taxing district serving the northern part of Cascade Lake within Valley County, Idaho. Our goal/responsibility as an Integrated Pest Management Program is to control mosquitoes in a way that enhances public health, increase comfort and quality of life all while operating in a environmentally safe, ecologically-sound and publicly accessible manner. We operate as a resource on mosquito biology, control, and prevention. With cooperation from the residents, the District will have a positive impact on the community.
The Edwards Mosquito Abatement District (EMAD) was formed as a special service district in 1988. EMAD has grown considerably in the past few years since its formation with many changes yet to take place to meet the increasing demands in the control of mosquitoes.
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Annexation information is available on the Join the District page.
*Board Meeting subject to change, notices will be posted and site will be updated as information becomes available
Board Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6PM