TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)-Warmer temperatures are on the way to the Magic Valley and along with it mosquitoes.

Every year Twin Falls County Pest Abatement District sponsors a day county citizens can help cut down on breeding grounds for mosquitoes by throwing away old unused tires. The annual Tire Amnesty Day is set for May 7th, a Saturday. People will be able to throw away up to 4 tires for free at the landfill or any transfer station. However, there might be a small fee for larger tires that come off tractors and trucks.

According to the Pest Abatement District mosquitoes can live and breed in anything that holds water for more than 7 days. Tires are a common place to find mosquitoes. Other things like cans, birdbaths, rain gutters, toys and animal water troughs can also make a nice home for mosquitoes. Officials recommend a routine check of their property and drain anything holding water. This will help prevent the potential spread of disease by mosquitoes.

For more information Contact Southern Idaho Solid Waste (208) 734-3139 or the Twin Falls County Pest Abatement District. (208) 733-2338 or www.tfcpad.org