Tarrant County Public Health reports the first West Nile-associated death in the county of 2017.
Officials said a senior adult with "underlying medical conditions" died after contracting the virus.
Additional details about the death are not being released because of privacy laws.
At this time, TCPH has not announced any plans to do additional ground spraying for mosquitos. The last ground spraying operations in the county were done July 2 in an unincorporated part of the county near Corral Drive.
TCPH said last year there were two West Nile-associated deaths in the season.
People who are 50 years or older have a higher risk of developing a severe infection because of West Nile, according to TCPH. TCPH has tips on preventing the West Nile virus on its website.