Top 20 Worse Mosquito Cities in the US

Top 20 Worst Mosquito Cities in the US

June 15, 2018

Top 20 Worst Cities in United States for Mosquitos

Thanks to humid conditions and mild temperatures, some cities across America are known for greater mosquito infestations than others. Some of the cities on this list won't surprise you, while others might not be somewhere you'd guess as having a bad case of mosquitos. Luckily, MosquitoNix™ can be found in a number of these metropolitan areas. Below is the list of the top 20 cities in the United States with the worst mosquito infestations in order from most to least.

Top 20 Cities in the United States with the Worst Mosquito Problem:

  1. Atlanta
  2. Chicago
  3. Washington, D.C.
  4. Detroit
  5. Houston
  6. Raleigh, N.C.
  7. Boston
  8. Dallas-Fort Worth
  9. Charlotte, N.C.
  10. Nashville, Tenn.
  11. Memphis, Tenn.
  12. Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek, Mich.
  13. Miami-Fort Lauderdale
  14. Richmond-Petersburg, Va.
  15. Minneapolis-St. Paul
  16. New York City
  17. Cleveland-Akron, Ohio
  18. Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C. and Ashville, N.C.
  19. Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N.Y.
  20. Knoxville, Tenn.

If you live in one of these cities, chances are your summertime experience is a love-hate scenario. On the one hand, the beautiful weather and bright sunshine invites you to enjoy the outdoors, while the vicious local mosquito population then has you turning right back around to seek shelter indoors. Let's take a look at some of these metropolitan areas that are lucky enough to have MosquitoNix as their local mosquito and pest control professionals.

The Atlanta metro area is notorious for its mosquito population, which is no surprise given its humid and warm climate. For those who have Georgia on their mind and mosquitos in their yard, don't worry - MosquitoNix has a presence in the metro area and will be happy to help. Our services don't just cover the Atlanta area proper - we also service the surrounding metro area such as Alpharetta, Dunwoody, Decatur and more. Being at the top of the list for worst United States cities for mosquitos doesn't have to spell the end of your summer fun; give us a call and we'll get you taken care of.

Just like with Atlanta, it's no wonder that the hot and humid metros of Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth have impressive mosquito problems. MosquitoNix was founded in Dallas, Texas back in 2003, so, of course we have the Lone Star State well covered with our mosquito and pest protection.

If you're living in the Sunshine State and dealing with a mosquito or pest problem in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area, not to worry - we're in your neighborhood as well. We'll have you back to enjoying the palm trees and sea breeze free from pesky pests in no time. If you also find yourself dealing with flies, ants, cockroaches or a number of other pests, we have pest control services to take care of that as well.

For the complete list of areas covered by MosquitoNix, head over to our service area page. If you're ready to get started on keeping mosquitos and pests at bay, then email us at, call us at 844-483-3213 or fill out our contact form. We look forward to helping you protect your outdoor lifestyle.

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