Q: Does the city of Gulfport actually pay for rodent control? Neighbors see more rats than ever before. – via the Gabber’s Gulfport Ideas and Opinions group on Facebook
A: No. Furthermore, city management declined to offer direction about what action residents and businesses could take towards rodent control.
“I cannot speak directly to this specific concern,” City Manager Jim O’Reilly said, “but more than likely they are seeing ‘fruit’ rats that reside and feed on palm trees and fruit trees.”