UPDATES: Areas to be sprayed for mosquitoes

UPDATES: Areas to be sprayed for mosquitoes

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UPDATES: Areas to be sprayed for mosquitoes

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Posted on September 1, 2012 at 10:26 AM

Updated Tuesday, Jun 18 at 3:08 PM

With the West Nile virus epidemic in North Texas, many cities and counties are spraying larvicide and adulticide to kill mosquitoes and prevent transmission of the disease. We will update this page as we receive notice of spraying in the area.

During spraying, residents are encouraged to stay indoors. Also replace pets' water dishes if they have been left outside. If you are in your vehicle as spraying trucks pass, roll up your windows and turn on the air conditioning until the spray is no longer visible.

NOTE: This is not a comprehensive list. It is updated as we receive news releases.

WEDNESDAY SEPT. 19

Frisco

The City of Frisco will ground spray for mosquitoes two nights in a row, September 19 and 20, between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., following confirmation of an ninth human case of West Nile virus (WNV) by Collin County health authorities. 

Frisco will carry out ground spraying Wednesday and Thursday nights, targeting an area bordered by Panther Creek Parkway, the railroad tracks, Research Road and Legacy Drive. Here is a map of the area.

THURSDAY SEPT. 20

Frisco

The City of Frisco will ground spray for mosquitoes two nights in a row, September 19 and 20, between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., following confirmation of an ninth human case of West Nile virus (WNV) by Collin County health authorities. 

Frisco will carry out ground spraying Wednesday and Thursday nights, targeting an area bordered by Panther Creek Parkway, the railroad tracks, Research Road and Legacy Drive. Here is a map of the area.

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