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Report a Bed Bug Infestation Immediately

USA City Hotline Phone Number
Georgia All cities   404-657-2700
California All cities   916-561-8708
California Contra Costa County   925-313-6740
California San Francisco   415-252-3800
Colorado Denver  311 720-913-1311
Connecticut All cities   860-509-8000
Illinois Chicago 311  
Kentucky Lexington   859-231-9791
Maryland Baltimore 331 443-984-2470
Massachusetts Boston   617-635-5322
Massachusetts Cambridge   617-665-3683
Michigan All cities   517-373-3740
Minnesota All cities   651-201-5000
New Mexico Albuquerque 311 505-768-2000
New York New York 311  
North Carolina All cities   919-733-6407
Ohio Cincinnati & Hamilton County   513-591-6000
Ohio Columbus 311 614-645-3111
Texas Abilene-Taylor County   325-692-5600
Vermont All cities 211  
Virginia Alexandria   703-838-4400 Ext. 326
 
Canada Service   Phone Number
Ottawa Public Health Department   613-580-6744
Toronto Public Health Department   416-338-7600


Why Report a Bed Bug Infestation?

Bedbugs are prolific creatures! Bed bug females can lay up to 5 eggs each day, and up to 500 in a lifetime. Bed bugs must feed on blood in order to complete the breeding process, this makes humans a prime source of food for bedbugs. Don’t delay. Report a bed bug infestation in your neighborhood as soon as you become aware of it, and protect your family and friends!

Win the Battle Against Bed Bugs

We all have to play a role if we are going to win the battle against bed bugs. Reporting assists the city with gathering statistics. They can then make comparisons to other cities and previous years and months. It can support cities in making certain monetary decisions regarding aid for bed bug infested areas and public housing and budget allocation.

Get Advice and Help

In addition to calling to be proactive, you can also obtain valuable knowledge. Sites contain free information, downloadable manuals and fact sheets. Many city websites include articles on how to dispose of old furniture and bedding. They also recommend treatment options, explain how to implement an Integrated Pest Control Program, and provide a listing of local Pest Control Companies you can turn to. You can also visit our Find Pest Control page for companies who specialize in bed bugs.

Specific advice is usually targeted for tenants/landlords and schools. Many cities might even send out a representative to a building site and speak directly to the landlord on your behalf or recommend professional assistance.

If you are a renter and have an infestation, but your city is not listed, please call your State Public Health Department or Healthy Home division. They should be able to assist you and explain your rights as a tenant.

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