City of McKinney to Spray Two Areas for Mosquitoes beginning Wednesday, September 28
McKinney is set to spray two areas of the city to control mosquitoes after a positive mosquito pool and a human case of West Nile Virus were confirmed. Both sprays will start at 10 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, weather permitting. Spray area 1 | Spray area 2
Monitoring and Treatment
The City of McKinney has an active program for assessing the numbers and types of mosquitoes in various locations. Mosquito control technicians began larviciding standing water locations in March and setting traps in May throughout the city. Trapped mosquitoes are tested for West Nile Virus. Dead birds will not be tested, but residents are encouraged to call and report dead birds as this may be an area that mosquitoes could be tested for West Nile Virus. Contact 972-547-7447.