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Mosquito Treatment


Mosquitos are a summer time nuisance, but there are things that you can do to prevent mosquitos from getting out of control. Check out the infographic from the National Pest Management Association. The City treats areas of standing water, but no longer fogs for mosquitos due to lack of effectiveness and environmental issues. The City does provide residents with Altosid mosquito briquets that kill larva in standing water. Atlosid is available at City Hall for any resident who asks. 


The EPA also provides a information on mosquito control.

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City of Hillsboro, KS4 hours ago
The Building Center will be having a soft opening of their new location at 611 Orchard Drive Hillsboro, Kansas (The Reimer Classic Building) on August 2nd. The hours for The Building Center will be 7am to 7pm Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5pm on Saturday, and noon to 5pm on Sunday.

The Building Center will be bringing lumber products back to Hillsboro, and will also offer appliances for sale. More information on The Building Center can be found on their website linked below.
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City of Hillsboro, KS7 hours ago
While the City has stopped fogging for mosquitos, city crews still continue to treat for mosquitos. Resident's are also able to come and get prepackaged Altosid briquets. Altosid is used for treating areas where mosquitos may breed. One briquet treats up to 100 square feet of water and we offer packets of three to treat areas that may stand water around your home.

For more tips on how to help prevent mosquitos from breeding check out the infographic on our website, http://cityofhillsboro.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Mosquito-Tips.jpg

From Mayor Lou Thurston

The City of Hillsboro is a wonderful place to call home. I am proud and honored to be able to serve as Hillsboro’s Mayor. It is with great pride that we as a city council serve this great city. As Hillsboro continues to grow and thrive in the heartland of America, we are excited to welcome you take in everything Hillsboro has to offer. Whether you are visiting for an afternoon, or settling in and calling it home, Hillsboro is here for you. Thanks for stopping by and we hope to see you again real soon.

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