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County seeking comment on tick awareness signs

Loudoun County is seeking public feedback on proposed tick awareness signs to be placed at trail heads and parking lots at local parks.

The signs are part of the county's effort to spread awareness about the local health threat of Lyme disease.

The proposed signs urge people to wear repellent, check for ticks daily, promptly remove ticks with a tweezer, shower soon after being outdoors and call their doctor if they get a fever or rash.

Images of the proposed signs, in English and Spanish, are available online at loudoun.gov/ticksigns. Comments may be emailed to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and will be accepted through May 31.

More information about the county's Lyme disease awareness campaign can be found through Loudoun.gov/Lyme.


How much money is going in to this and how much are we paying per sign?

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