Rainwater, standing water, and even unmaintained pool water are the usual suspects for mosquito breeding grounds.
Florida Health Department officials want residents to be aware of the not-so-usual suspects as well.
Anything that can hold water is a threat, with uncovered tires being one of the most common issues.
"The shape of the tire traps water when it rains and creates a shaded environment, so they are a significant known breeding source for mosquitoes," said Environmental Health Director, Anthony
"By law, any condition capable of breeding mosquitoes is considered a sanitary nuisance that we investigate and has to be abated."
Mosquito-bourne illnesses are also a big concern this time of year.
Just last week, UF researchers announced the discovery of a mosquito-borne illness, the Keystone Virus, surfacing in humans for the first time.
Other places to think about include toys, plants, pots, boat covers, and gutters.