Aerial spraying for mosquitos taking place Monday and Tuesday nights

Aerial spraying for mosquitos taking place Monday and Tuesday nights




Urban Aerial Spraying Notice

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

Visit our Spraying Update page for a complete list of scheduled treatments. For additional treatment questions and answers please see our Spraying Frequently Asked Questions. Aerial treatments may be cancelled if weather conditions or other issues prohibit scheduled treatment. 

Note: This email was sent to subscribers that signed up for aerial notifications in their zip code, nearby zip codes to the aerial treatment area shown in the map below, and those that opted in to all aerial notifications. To update your zip code and preferences, click here: Update preferences


Aerial spraying is scheduled for two consecutive nights:
Monday July 23rd and Tuesday July 24th, between 8pm and midnight in the area highlighted on the map below.

News Release: Ongoing West Nile Virus Activity Prompts Aerial Spraying for Elk Grove, Pocket and Neighborhoods South of Fruitridge Rd.

For live status when spraying begins and ends each night, visit our Spraying Update page or sign up for urban aerial spraying text message notifications by texting “sprayupdate” to 69922 (Reply STOP to cancel).

Click here to view an interactive map
on our website and locate your address.





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 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.


For additional treatment questions and answers please visit Spraying Frequently Asked Questions


More information on insecticides and mosquito control can be found at United States Environmental Protection Agency: Mosquito Control

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