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In 2014, the City adopted a resolution urging residents and businesses in Agoura Hills to no longer use or sell anticoagulant rodenticides. The City urged all local property owners to cease purchasing or using these chemicals on their properties.
Nearby cities that have resolutions:
Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Camarillo, Hidden Hills, Moorpark, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, Simi Valley, and Westlake Village.
The next Agoura Village Specific Plan meeting is scheduled for February 26, 2020.
There is nothing in the plan about clean sanitation, alternatives to rodent poisons, and practices that are not conducive to attracting rodents.
Send your letters asking for the inclusion of this information to this email address:
The next section on this page includes a letter template. Please feel free to use the information in your email.
Poison Free Agoura sent the letter on 2/13/2020.
Here is a link to review the plan:
If you are a resident of Agoura Hills, At Your Door Special Collections, a service offered by WM Curbside LLC will pick up Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste.
The service includes pick up of bait stations and rodent poisons. Dates to call in for appointments: by 8/13, or 12/12. (800) 449-7587.
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Feel free to use the information in our letter as a template for your letter.
Dear Honorable Mayor and City Council:
I understand you are in the review process of the Agoura Village Specific Plan. The location of the planned development is adjacent to the natural habitat where wildlife is abundant. The use of rodent poisons in this area will negatively impact our wildlife. The current plan does not include information on rodent-prevention methods.
I ask that you include in the Agoura Village Specific Plan information about clean sanitation, alternatives to rodent poisons, and practices that are not conducive to attracting rodents.
Below are suggestions for the Agoura Village Specific Plan:
I appreciate your opposition to the sale and use of rodenticides, as noted in
RESOLUTION NO. 14-1742.
I look forward to the day when we no longer have to worry about the dangers rodent poisons pose to our wildlife, domestic pets, and children in Agoura Hills.