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North Texas Ground Spraying Schedule

Updated Aug. 29, 2014

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    NEWSLETTERS

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

    Dallas County

    No spraying currently scheduled.

    Denton County

    -- Flower Mound will spray for mosquitoes within a one-half square-mile radius surrounding the 2600 block of College Parkway, Tuesday through Thursday, Sept. 2 - 4, between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

    -- Highland Village will conduct spraying operations in the affected neighborhoods for three consecutive nights, on Aug. 29-31. Spraying will begin after 10 p.m. and conclude before 4 a.m. The areas to be sprayed include the northwest section of Highland Village from the city’s western border east to Creek Haven Drive, north to Kimberlee Lane and south to Southwood Drive. The second area to be sprayed is the east section of Highland Village south and east of Highland Village Road to Farm-to-Market Road 407, east to Doubletree Drive, Willow Way and Sellmeyer Lane including Park Lane. The third area to be sprayed is the area north of FM 407, west to Chinn Chapel Road, north to the Rosedale and Hillside and east to Briarhill Boulevard.

    Collin County

    -- Frisco will spray for mosquitoes two nights, Aug. 30-31 (Saturday and Sunday) beginning at
    10 p.m. through 6 a.m. each night, weather permitting. The area to be sprayed is bordered by the
    Dallas North Tollway (DNT) to the north and east; Lebanon to the south; and railroad tracks to the west.

    Tarrant County

    No spraying currently scheduled.

    Kaufman County

    -- Forney will spray for mosquitoes between 8:30 p.m. and 6 a.m. on the following days throughout the summer.

    • Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 Parks, Off Road and Creeks*
    • Monday Sept. 22, 2014 North of Hwy 80
    • Tuesday Sept. 23, 2014 South of Hwy 80
    • Wednesday Sept. 24, 2014 Parks, Off Roads and Creeks
    • **Sept. 10 is tentative


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