Williamson County and Cities Health District
Dead Bird and Abandoned Pool/Stagnant Water Reporting
West Nile virus infects certain wild birds. Of those infected, crows, jays, ravens, magpies, and hawks tend to become sick and die.
Increasing numbers of dead birds may be an indication of West Nile virus in your community. From May through October, you can help by reporting dead birds online or contact us at 512-943-3620.
WCCHD will not collect, test, or dispose of dead birds. Bird reports are used for mapping purposes only. Clusters of birds can indicate West Nile virus potentially circulating in an area.
Abandoned Pools and Stagnant Water
Unmaintained swimming pools and ponds are a significant source for mosquitoes in residential areas, and are at higher risk for increased West Nile virus activity, since the type of mosquito that most commonly develops in these pools are the same ones capable of transmitting West Nile virus. Help us monitor mosquitoes in your area (outside city limits) by reporting unmaintained pools, ponds, or other sources of standing water online, or contact us at 512-943-3620.
*City Code Enforcement Contacts:
- Cedar Park Code Enforcement
- Georgetown Code Enforcement
- Hutto Code Enforcement
- Leander Code Enforcement
- Liberty Hill Code Enforcement: To report a violation of a City Ordinance contact the Code Compliance Department at 512-778-5449 or in person at City Hall, located at 1120 Loop 332.
- Round Rock Code Enforcement
- Taylor Code Enforcement
- City of Jarrell
Report an Abandoned Pool Online Outside City Limits Only - use contacts above to contact your city's code enforcement*