Mosquito spraying resumes tonight, July 17, 2018

Mosquito spraying resumes tonight, July 17, 2018

 

 

The Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District plans to treat areas of Sacramento and Yolo Counties for adult mosquitoes that may carry the potentially fatal West Nile virus.

Visit our Spraying Update page for a complete list of scheduled treatment locations by zip code. Treatments may be cancelled due to weather conditions or other issues. For additional treatment questions and answers please visit Spraying Frequently Asked Questions

 

Areas highlighted on the map are scheduled for treatment

Tuesday July 17th between 8:00pm and midnight

 

 

Sacramento

95822 – BELLE COOLEDGE PARK

95822 – BINGMALONEY GOLF

95822 – MANGAN PARK

95822 – WILLIAM CHORLEY PARK

95823 – ROYAL PARK

95823 – VALLEY HIGH PARK

95823 – WOODS PARK

95831 – GARCIA BEND

95831 – MARRIOTT PARK

95831 – PARKWAY OAK PARK

95831 – POCKET CANAL

95831 – PORTUGUESE PARK

95831 – REICHMUTH PARK

95831 – RENFREE PARK

95831 – SACRAMENTO BIKE TRAIL

95831 – SEYMOUR PARK

95831 – SHORE PARK

Elk Grove Area

95624 – AL GATES PARK AND SURROUNDING AREA

95624 – AMUNDSON PARK AND GREEN BELT

95624 – CAMDEN PARK AREA, LAGUNA CREEK, HWY 99 – BOND RD

95624 – CAMPBELL RD / SHELDON RD AREA, ELK GROVE FLORIN RD TO WATERMAN

95624 – JEANNE AND JERRY STRONG PARK AND SURROUNDING AREA

95624 – JONES FAMILY PARK

95624 – LAGUNA CREEK, BOND RD/ELK GROVE FLORIN TO WATERMAN RD

95624 – MIX PARK/WHITHOUSE CREEK

95757 – LAMBERT RD NORTH TO HOOD FRANKLINRD / I-5 EAST TO HWY 99

95757 – WHITELOCK PKWY, FRANKLIN RD TO CAPE VERDE DR. / BIG HORN RD, WHITELOCK PKWY TO ELK GROVE BLVD

95758 – BETSCHART PARK

95758 – DICK LICHTENBERGER PARK

95758 – KLOSS PARK

95758 – PEDERSEN PARK

95758 – WACKMAN PARK

95823, 95758 – LAGUNA CREEK, FRANKLIN BLVD TO WEST STOCKTON BLVD

 

As part of the District’s Integrated Pest Management program and Mosquito-Borne Disease Management Plan, the District will administer Ultra Low Volume (ULV) treatments by using ground and/or aerial equipment in and around areas where mosquito counts and virus activity have met treatment criteria.

 

The products applied by the District are designed to quickly reduce adult mosquito populations and to protect public health and welfare. All products are registered and evaluated by the California Environmental Protection Agency.

 

If an individual wants to take additional action to reduce exposure, the following steps may be taken:

·      Remain indoors during applications in your immediate area.

·      Consult your doctor if you have special health conditions or concerns.

 

For additional treatment questions and answers please visit Spraying Frequently Asked Questions. For additional information about the District’s adult mosquito treatment program please visit us online at http://www.fightthebite.net or give us a call at 800-429-1022. More information on insecticides and mosquito control can be found at United States Environmental Protection Agency: Mosquito Control

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