Rats are taking over a park in Brooklyn more than any other in the city.

Carroll Park has racked up the most calls to 311 when it comes to rodents this year, with nearly 50 rat sightings having been reported — more than any other site across the five boroughs.

Just this month alone, the park has seen twice as many complaints as Prospect Park.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has spearheaded several initiatives in attempt to rid the city of its growing rat population.

The city parks department said it has been taking "aggressive action" since October to curb the rat population, and the area has seen positive results.

Photo above is a file image of a rat in the city.