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The Lancaster Street Department will be fogging for mosquitoes from 5 to 7 a.m. Thursday, June 17. The area will be Section 4, Sixth Avenue to Fair Avenue, and Forest Rose Avenue to Sheridan Drive, including the Fay Avenue and Smithfield Avenue areas.
southwestern portion of Dublin and Washington Township beginning at 9:00 p.m. Monday, June 28 th (weather permitting). The area is south of 161, north of Hayden Run Rd. and west of 270 to the Franklin County line. Maps of the areas to be sprayed can be found on our website at www.dubin.oh.us and www.franklincountyohio.gov/health.
Mosquito traps throughout Franklin County continue to show high numbers of Culex mosquitoes. In order to reduce the number of adult mosquitoes, the Franklin County Board of Health will be spraying the following areas tonight:
Wednesday, July 14th- All spraying will begin at 9:00 p.m. (weather permitting).
Hamilton Township - (All)
Perry Township Just the Worthington Hills Subdivision
Sharon Township (All)
Maps of the exact areas that will be sprayed can be found on our web site at www.franklincountyohio.gov/health. Information about the areas being sprayed is also available by calling the Franklin County Board of Health.
-If you have questions about the mosquito control program, please call the Franklin County Board of Health at 462-2483.
The Franklin County Board of Health has scheduled mosquito spraying (weather permitting) due to high adult mosquito activity found in Canal Winchester on Thursday, June 24, 2009 from Dusk to When Complete
Spraying to kill adult mosquitoes begins the first week of July through early September to reduce the number of mosquitoes. During spraying season, Columbus Public Health posts a map of the city to alert residents of the weekly spraying areas. For more information visit the city of Columbus Web site or call 614-645-3111.
The Franklin County Board of Health has scheduled mosquito spraying (weather permitting) due to high adult mosquito activity found in Prairie Township on Thursday, June 24, 2009 from Dusk to When Complete
The City of Upper Arlington typically receives 24 hours notice of any areas to be treated, and uses the Communicator automated telephone call-out system to inform affected residents. However, given the tight time constraints, it is recommended that residents concerned about mosquito fogging check the City's website for the most up-to-date information.
The city of Pataskala will begin spaying for mosquitoes Wednesday, June 16. City service director BJ King said treatment, for which the city has a contract with the Licking County Health Department, would begin between 9 and 10 p.m. Wednesday and would continue for two nights.
The Perry County Health Department will be spraying the towns and villages between the days of Tuesday Aug. 12 through Thursday Aug. 14.
Corning Village, New Straitsville Village, Shawnee Village, and Maxville Village: Tuesday August 12th
New Lexington City, Somerset Village, Thornville Village, Glenford Village, and Junction City Village: Wednesday August 13th
Roseville Village: Thursday August 14th
For more information contact the Environmental Department of the Perry County Health Department - 740 342-5179.
Residents can help eliminate breeding areas in their own yards:
- Empty, remove, cover or turn over any container that has the potential to hold water.
- Make sure gutters and downspouts are free of blockage and are properly draining.
- Change the water in wading pools weekly and store indoors when not in use.
- Empty planters that hold water twice each week.
- Empty bird baths twice weekly.
- Empty your pets watering dishes daily.