Report Concerns About West Nile Virus
Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS) works closely
with health officials in cities within Collin County to identify and eliminate
places where mosquitoes that may carry West Nile Virus breed. For more
information, please visit our West
Nile information page.
Please Note: You DO NOT need to report dead
birds to the health department. Dead birds can be disposed of by placing them
in a plastic bag and depositing them in the regular trash. Never touch a dead
bird with your hands and always wash your hands after disposing of a dead
You can notify the County Health Department regarding concerns about
West Nile Virus. When you submit information about an area you believe
places Collin County residents at risk, the appropriate city or county
health official will investigate. We do not accept anonymous reports.
Your report will be forwarded to the city in which you reside. If you
live in an unincorporated area you will be contacted by Collin County.
the following information to the Epidemiology Department.
Reason for concern
- Standing water
- Illegal dumping
- Increased mosquito activity
Location of problem area:
- Your phone
- Your Email
I would prefer to be contacted via: