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North Texas Ground Spraying Schedule

Updated Sept. 28

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    Below is the latest schedule of mosquito ground spraying, broken down by county.

    Cooke | Collin | Dallas | Denton | Johnson | Kaufman | Parker | Tarrant

    Cooke County

      No sprayings scheduled.


    Collin County

    • Plano - City crews will spray the area south of East Park Road and north of Kite Meadow Drive on Thursday, Sept. 29, beginning at 9 p.m., weather permitting, after a pool of mosquitoes came back with a positive test for West Nile virus.

    Dallas County

    • Coppell - Dallas County Health and Human Services confirmed a positive mosquito trap in Coppell. Weather permitting, ground spraying will take place in Coppell on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 27-28, from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. in an area bounded by the Sam Rayburn Tollway to the north, North MacArthur Boulevard, Phillips Drive and North Moore Road to the east, East Sandy Lake Road to the south and North Denton Tap Road to the west.
    • Duncanville - Dallas County Health and Human Services will conduct ground spraying on Thursday, Sept. 29, and Sunday, Oct. 2, in the East Little area from 9 p.m. through 5 a.m., weather permitting. Click to view the spraying map.

    Denton County

      No sprayings scheduled.


      Johnson County

        No sprayings scheduled.


      Kaufman County

        No sprayings scheduled.


      Parker County

          No sprayings scheduled.


        Tarrant County

              • Unicorporated Tarrant County - Tarrant County Public Health confirmed the presence of West Nile virus in mosquito samples collected in unincorporated Southeast and Southwest Tarrant County. Spraying will commence Friday, Sept. 30, between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m., weather permitting, in the area around Ann Lane and in the area around Colina Vista Lane.


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