Raccoon ORV Baiting 

July 31st to August 29th


Beginning July 29 and running through August 31, the Allegheny County Health Department and USDA Wildlife Services will distribute raccoon rabies vaccine baits across Allegheny County. Baits will be delivered both by hand from ground vehicles, by helicopter, and by fixed wing airplane. This effort helps reduce raccoon rabies, as well as human and pet exposures to rabid animals. For more information about this program, including a list of frequently asked questions, visit: http://www.achd.net/raccoon/

The Allegheny County Health Department and USDA Wildlife Services will distribute raccoon rabies vaccine baits across Allegheny County from July 29 - August 31 as part of its Annual Raccoon Rabies Vaccination Baiting Project. This marks the 20th year of the project, which helps decrease raccoon rabies while also reducing human and pet exposures to rabid animals. More details regarding this effort can be found on ACHD’s web page: http://www.achd.net/raccoon/

For the 20th consecutive year, the Allegheny County Health Department and USDA Wildlife Services will team up to distribute raccoon rabies vaccine baits across Allegheny County to help eradicate raccoon rabies in Southwestern, Pa. Known as the Raccoon Rabies Vaccination Baiting Project, this effort has resulted in a significant reduction in human and pet exposures to rabies throughout Allegheny County. Please visit ACHD’s web page for more information about this project, which includes a list of frequently asked questions: http://www.achd.net/raccoon