Mosquito Ground Spraying - Recent Applications
The Town’s decision to use adulticide is based on the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendations that surveillance data, when combined with established thresholds, indicates a necessity to reduce the density of adult mosquito populations quickly to lower the risk of West Nile Virus. Ground spraying measures include the public rights-of-way and the Town’s tennis courts. In the event of rain or wind speeds in excess of 10 m.p.h., the spraying is rescheduled. Individuals should remain inside and protect pets during the time the sprayers are in your area. Any pet water dishes left outside should be cleaned after spraying.
Information on the most recent mosquito ground spraying dates and locations are posted to the Town's website. The Town is broken up into four geographical quadrants for the purpose of adultcide application, and the Mosquito Management Map complements the information in the hyperlink above.
Mosquito Management Map
West Nile Virus, Chikungunya, Dengue, & Zika Virus