Veterinary Public Health


Pet Health Calendar
Contact Information
Veterinary Public Health Program
313 N Figueroa St. Rm 1127
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tel (213) 989-7060
Fax (213) 481-2375
vet@ph.lacounty.gov
Adobe Reader
Get Adobe Reader icon
Note: PDF documents on this site were created using Adobe Acrobat 5.0 or later. If you are using an earlier version of Adobe Acrobat Reader (4.x or less), document functionality may be reduced.
 
Rabies Map 2018

Did you know?bat

Rabid bats are found every year in Los Angeles County. So far in 2018, 26 rabid bats have been found here, with just over one third of them (9 bats) being found in the city of Santa Clarita.  19 were found outdoors at private homes, 1 was found outside of an apartment complex, 2 were found at a place of business, 1 outdoors at a school and 3 were found in a park.

  1. Lancaster. April. Bat found alive in the morning on a driveway, near resident's car.
  2. Castaic. May. Bat found dead on front lawn of a home.
  3. Castaic. May. Bat found alive in front of an apartment building.
  4. Los Angeles (Woodland Hills). May. Bat found crawling across a front porch.
  5. La Caņada Flintridge. June. Bat found alive outdoors at a public park.
  6. Castaic. June. Bat found alive in a backyard near the back door of a home. Two dogs may have access to bat. Their rabies vaccinations were boostered and they were quarantined and home and monitored for signs of rabies.
  7. Castaic. June. Bat found dead on a front porch.
  8. Santa Clarita (Newhall). June. Bat found alive in driveway by car, and later found clinging to side of home.
  9. Calabasas. June. Baby bat fell out of roost in side of building.
  10. Glendale. July. Bat scooped out of pool and placed on ground. It crawled into a planter, and then was safely contained .
  11. Santa Clarita (Canyon Country). July. Bat seen alive on concrete sidewalk, acting weak.
  12. Pomona. August. Bat found alive on the floor in a public restroom at a park.
  13. Santa Clarita (Valencia). August. Bat found on walking trail in a park area of a planned neighborhood.
  14. Calabasas. August. Bat found on ground, alive and hissing, in remote area on private property.
  15. Westlake Village. August. Bat found alive but unmoving on a front porch of a home.
  16. Santa Clarita (Canyon Country). August. Bat found dead on ground at edge of property of a home.
  17. Los Angeles (Chatsworth). August. Bat found on ground in remote area of a private property.
  18. Santa Clarita (Valencia). August. Bat found dead in the bushes near pool at a housing complex.
  19. Santa Clarita (Valencia). September. Bat found under a car.
  20. La Crescenta. September. Bat found outside on ground at a school when students were not present.
  21. Santa Clarita (Valencia). October. Bat found in daytime clinging to wall for a few hours, then fluttered down to ground.
  22. Agoura Hills. October. Dog seen sniffing object on ground in outdoor patio. Two people picked up bat before knowing it was a bat.
  23. Santa Clarita (Canyon Country). October. Bat found alive in swimming pool.
  24.  Santa Clarita (Saugus). October. Bat found alive in a  garage.
  25. Los Angeles (Reseda).  October.  Bat found alive in an alley behind a business.
  26. Encino. October.  Bat found alive and hissing on the sidewalk near many apartment complexes.

 

2018 Los Angeles County Map of Rabid Bats from January to November 2, 2018

2018 Los Angeles County Map of Rabid Bats in the Santa Clarita area from January to November 2, 2018

Lecture about rabies in Los Angeles County 2011
Centers for Disease Control - Rabies pages

Los Angeles County Rabies Overview
Rabies Control Manual
Human rabies
2017 rabid bat map
2011 - 2015 rabid bat map 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: November 8, 2018

   
 
Public Health has made reasonable efforts to provide accurate translation. However, no computerized translation is perfect and is not intended to replace traditional translation methods. If questions arise concerning the accuracy of the information, please refer to the English edition of the website, which is the official version.
Los Angeles County Seal: Enriching lives through effective and caring services