Where We Are Spraying

Mosquito Control sprays insecticide with low-flying aircraft over rural and residential areas of Duval County. Missions are typically flown during dusk or dawn. Spraying is necessary to control biting adult mosquitoes, which pose a potential public health threat by spreading West Nile virus.

Planned Aerial Spraying

Planned Neighborhood Spraying (Ground Fogging)

Where We Have Treated (This page shows where we have treated.)

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Planned Aerial Spraying

Mosquito Control typically plans aerial spray missions for the morning hours, but evening flights may be conducted. There are flights planned for Tuesday, October 21, 2014 and Thursday, October 23, 2014.  Please remember that all flights are 'weather permitting'. Check this site daily for updates.

Thomas Creek area

Dunn Avenue West


 

The planned target area for Thomas Creek area is approximately one mile northwest and southeast of Lannie Road, east of the National Cemetary and west to Lem Turner Road. A map will be available at a later date for the general flight region.

Please remember that all flights are 'weather permitting'. Check this site daily for updates.

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The planned target area for Dunn Avenue West area is north two miles of Dunn Avenue, east to Lem Turner Road and I-295, south to the Trout River and west to New Kings Road. A map for the general flight region will be available at a later date.

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Planned Neighborhood Spraying

Mosquito Control typically sprays areas in Jacksonville between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Starting mid-April, crews will be dispatched around Jacksonville to fog for adult-biting mosquitoes. We typically do not list the areas we are planning to fog by truck, but check out our Ground Fogging page to see if we have sprayed your neighborhood recently.


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