Department of Agriculture - Asian Longhorned Beetle - Regulated areas.

Published: 2018-11-09

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The areas listed in this rule are declared to be regulated areas where the pest is known to exist at a level which poses a risk of spreading the pest to non-infested areas of Ohio and other states:

(A) Tate township, Clermont county;

(B) All acreage in East Fork state park;

(C) All public lands in Williamsburg township south of Clover rd. from where Clover rd. ends at Harsha lake following a line due west to the closest point that intersects the boundary of Tate township and Williamsburg township; and

(D) Additional regulated areas may be designated as quarantined by the Ohio department of agriculture pursuant to section 927.71 of the Revised Code. Detailed maps of the most current regulated areas can be found by visiting the department's website: