How do I report a dead animal?
- For removal of a dead animal on a road or highway, contact your local road commission office or local police non-emergency department.
- To report dead fish or wildlife, contact your state fish and wildlife offices.
Beside this, how do I report a dead animal on the street?
Dead Animal. Call 911 to report a dead animal blocking highway traffic that could cause an accident. You can report dead animals on a public street or area, on highways, in parks, or in large bodies of water.
Similarly, who do I call when there's a dead animal on the road? If the dead animal is on private property, it is the landowner's responsibility to dispose of the animal properly. If the dead animal is on public property and is domesticated (cat, dog or other pet), call the Animal Control Office: 540-437-2671.
Furthermore, does Animal Control pick up dead animals?
I found dead wildlife, what do I do? Small deceased wild animals can be buried or put in the garbage. For larger animals on private property, you may need to contact a waste removal company for help. For dead animals found on public land, contact your local animal control or public works office for removal.
Who deals with dead animals?
Call your local city department of sanitation! Search for "[yourcity] department of sanitation". They are who to call when there is a dead dog in the road, or a cat, or any wild animal road kill, on any street or highway or freeway or sidewalk or even any public area. When you call, ask about deceased animal pickup.