Useful links in the battle against the mouse
population explosion in the Apopka area.


Video of a mouse in the MREC office building attracted to a box of cheddar cheese flavored larvae.



AVI FILE (95.7 MB)                        Very slow download.

QUICKTIME FILE (1.7 MB)          Very small and hard to see.

WINDOWS MEDIA FILE (1.5MB)            



The health department has also set up a web page on the Orange County Health Department website at www.orchd.com, and the agency has activated a hotline at 407-836-2550.  Option 3 will take callers to a rodent sub-menu.

The Orange County Health Department is providing free mouse traps, bait and information at:

Environment Health Office at 807 W Church Street in downtown Orlando.  People can pick them up anytime between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday.

Apopka City Fire station. The fire station is located at 176 East 5th Street.

Orange County Fire Station 20. Station 20 is located at 3200 Washington Avenue
Zellwood, FL 32798

Orange County Code Enforcement has agreed to clean up any debris and mow high weeds and grass along county right-of-ways where mice like to breed and hide. 


If you have concerns about debris on a particular property that could harbor rodents, call Orange County Code Enforcement at: 407-836-3111.



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