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North Texas Ground Spraying Schedule

Updated Aug. 16



    North Texas Ground Spraying Schedule

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

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

    Cooke County

      No sprayings scheduled.

    Collin County

    • Plano - The city has confirmed one positive sample of West Nile virus in one of the city's traps. Spray crews will target the area around the traps near Plano Parkway and 14th Street on Thursday, Aug. 17 beginning at 9 p.m. After a positive human case, the second in the city, was announced Wednesday, the city said they'll also spray in an area bound by Parker Road to the south, Communications Parkway to the east, Glenhollow Drive to the north and Midway Road to the west.

      Dallas County

      No sprayings scheduled.

      Denton County

      • Lewisville -- The city of Lewisville reports the 13th - 15th positive samples of West Nile virus. Ground spraying is scheduled for a half-mile radius of each testing location on Tuesday, Aug. 15, and Wednesday, Aug. 16, beginning at 9 p.m. each night, weather permitting. The testing locations are in the following areas:
        • The 600 block of Holfords Prairie Road
        • The 200 block of Highland Drive
        • The 1600 block of Purgatory Pass/Cripple Creek
      • Unincorporated -- DCPH confirms a positive WNV mosquito trap west of Frisco. They plan to spray the area Aug. 16-18 between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. each night. A detailed map of the affected area is here.

      Ellis County

      No sprayings scheduled.

      Johnson County

        No sprayings scheduled.

      Kaufman County

        No sprayings scheduled.

      Parker County

        No sprayings scheduled.

      Tarrant County

      • Grapevine -- Two positive West Nile virus mosquito samples are confirmed in Grapevine. One was found near the 1800 block of Hall-Johnson Road and a second was found near the 1500 block of North Dooley Street. Each area will be sprayed within a half-mile radius Aug. 17, beginning at about 10 p.m.

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