The North Shore Mosquito Abatement District was formed December 8, 1927 to serve thirteen municipalities in an eighty square mile area bounded by Devon Avenue on the south, the Lake County line on the north, Pfingsten Road on the west, and lake Michigan on the east. The North Shore Mosquito Abatement District works to reduce and control the regional mosquito population. The NSMAD operations seek to reduce the probability of mosquito borne disease (e.g., West Nile virus) and to minimize annoyance from nuisance mosquitoes.
Please visit the North Shore Mosquito Abatement District site for more information about its Board of Trustees the activities of this district.
By Cook County Board
Required to be resident in the territory of the District.
Five (5) trustees, all appointed by President of Cook County Board of Commissioners
70 ILCS 1005/0.01 Mosquito Abatement District Act, 1925