Aerial Treatment for July 1st and July 2nd, 2012

WHAT: Aerial spraying to control mosquitoes infected with West Nile Virus over areas of Sacramento County. Treatment on Sunday, July 1st began at 8:30pm and ended at 11:10pm. Treatment on Monday, July 2nd began at 8:31pm and ended at 11:44pm.

Press release: Aerial Spraying to Control Mosquitoes Infected with West Nile Virus Scheduled to Begin Sunday Evening

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)

Adulticide Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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

West Nile virus Risk Assessment for 6/29/2012

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