Sentinel chickens detected the virus, the Health Department said.
"We haven’t had a confirmed human case of West Nile Virus since 2011, said Health Director, Dr. Alina Alonso in a statement.
It is normally spread by mosquito bites.
She reminds you to protect yourself against the insects when you go outside and to get rid of standing water near your home or business.
To learn more about the West Nile Virus, click here.