Posted By dstgeorge on August 16, 2023
There has been an increase in mice in the community this year. The Association pest control company attributes the increase to the wet winter that has allowed more vegetation growth and animals who live there to thrive. The HOA has responded by increasing the number of bait stations in the common area from 38 to 50. Most of the new bait stations are along Sparkler Drive and the areas where mice are entering the community from the perimeter. Owners have also been setting traps inside their homes and patios to combat the mice. The pest control company advises residents to keep their garages and doors closed, do not leave pet food out and place steel wool in any spall spaces they see where mice can enter. This is an unusual occurrence to have this many mice around and it seems to be community wide.