Spraying will be done in the mornings and will concentrate around creeks, drainage culverts and wet wooded areas, according to a city news release.
The city’s Public Works Drainage Division tests regularly for the presence of West Nile virus between May and October. Click here for more information on the city’s treatment plans.
Residents are reminded to remove standing water on their property that could serve as a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Areas include plant trays, pet water bowls and French drains.
People can also protect themselves from getting bitten by mosquitoes carrying the virus by dressing in pants and long sleeves when outdoors. Residents are also advised to use insect repellent containing DEET.
See the map below for areas where spraying will be done.