Aerial Treatment for June 30th and July 1st 2014

WHAT: Aerial spraying to control mosquitoes infected with West Nile Virus over areas of Sacramento County. Aerial spraying began at 9:27pm on June 30th and ended at 10:45pm, and began at 9:00pm on July 1st and ended at 10:26pm.

Press release: Aerial Spraying To Control Mosquitoes Infected With West Nile Virus Begins Monday Night Over An Area Of South Sacramento

Map of West Nile Virus Activity
West Nile Virus Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

NOTE: TREATMENT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS.
The below map is the approximate area to be treated.

Locate your address on the map below:

Download map to view area in Google Earth


View an image of the spray area
(if the map above does not work)

WHY: To quickly reduce the number of adult mosquitoes infected with West Nile Virus which can become a threat to public health. This treatment was a direct response to elevated West Nile Virus Activity and in accordance with the District’s Mosquito and Mosquito-borne Disease Management Plan .

Adulticide Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

View a PDF of the West Nile Risk Assessment for 6/27/2014

Additional resources:

Center for Disease Control West Nile Virus Homepage
California Department of Public Health
California West Nile Virus Homepage