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North Texas Ground Spraying Schedule

Updated Aug. 23

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

CookeCollin | DallasDentonJohnsonKaufman | ParkerTarrant

Cooke County

  No sprayings scheduled.


Collin County

      No sprayings scheduled.


      Dallas County

        • Dallas - A mosquito pool in Dallas has confirmed positive for the West Nile virus. Weather permitting the area delineated below is scheduled for mosquito control spraying on Tuesday Aug. 23 and Wednesday Aug. 24 between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. each night. The area to be sprayed is within an area generally bounded by: 6900 block of Churchill Way (75230): LBJ Fre on the north, Marbrook on the west, Park Central Drive on the east and Forest Lane on the south.

        Denton County

        • Flower Mound - The city will conduct ground spraying within a half-mile radius of the 1700 block of Timber Creek Road and the 3800 block of Kirkpatrick Lane Monday through Wednesday, Aug. 22-24, from 10 p.m. each night until 6 a.m. the following day.
        • Lewisville - The city will spray for mosquitoes after mosquito traps positive for West Nile virus were found on the 200 block of Highland Drive and on the 1200 block of College Parkway. Ground spraying will be done within a half-mile radius of each location on Wednesday, Aug. 24 and Thursday, Aug. 25 beginning at about 9 p.m.

        Johnson County

          No sprayings scheduled.


        Kaufman County

          No sprayings scheduled.


        Parker County

            No sprayings scheduled.


          Tarrant County

          • Unincorporated - The county will conduct ground spraying in the area around East Peden Road from 9 p.m. Monday until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22-23.


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