2014 News Update: Worst Bed Bugs Cities in America

by Kirsten VanderJagt |

The list released by Orkin ranks the cities by the number of bed bug treatments Orkin performed from January to December 2013, along with any shift in ranking compared to January to December 2012.

      • Chicago
      • Los Angeles (+1)
      • Columbus, Ohio (+3)
      • Detroit (-2)
      • Cincinnati
      • Cleveland/Akron/Canton (+2)
      • Dayton (+4)
      • Washington D.C. (-1)
      • Denver (-5)
      • Indianapolis (+6)
      • Richmond/Petersburg, Va. (+1)
      • Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville, N.C. (+3)
      • Dallas/Ft. Worth (-4)
      • Syracuse, N.Y. (+7)
      • Atlanta (+14)
      • Houston (+2)
      • New York (-7)
      • Seattle/Tacoma (-5)
      • San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose (-5)
      • Boston (+2)
      • Milwaukee (-2)
      • Miami/Ft. Lauderdale (+3)
      • Nashville (+17)
      • Pittsburgh (+12)
      • Charlotte (+18)
      • San Diego (+6)
      • Baltimore (-7)
      • Phoenix (+7)
      • Cedar Rapids/Waterloo, Iowa (+4)
      • Charleston/Huntington, W. Va. (+1)
      • Knoxville, Tenn. (-4)
      • Louisville, Ky. (-2)
      • Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo, Mich. (+5)
      • Hartford/New Haven, Conn. (-8)
      • Champaign/Springfield, Ill. (+13)
      • Greenville/Spartanburg/Asheville, S.C. (+11)
      • Omaha, Neb. (-20)
      • Buffalo, N.Y. (-10)
      • Lincoln/Hastings/Kearney, Neb. (+2)
      • Lexington, Ky. (-16)
      • Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto, Calif. (+4)
      • Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Colo. (-19)
      • Albany/Schenectady/Troy, N.Y. (-1)
      • Minneapolis/St. Paul (-10)
      • Honolulu (-8)
      • Toledo, Ohio
      • Peoria/Bloomington, Ill.
      • Davenport, Iowa/Moline, Ill
      • New Orleans
      • Kansas City