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Posted on: April 26, 2016

Fight the Bite: Update on mosquito spraying for League City

Mosquito spraying throughout League City is provided by Galveston County Mosquito Control District from late March through early November. This includes routine spraying by truck and aerial spraying.

GCMCD has not begun to spray for mosquitoes due to winds, weather conditions and low reports of mosquitos throughout the area. Spraying will begin in the coming weeks with the up-to-date schedule available at www.galvestoncountytx.gov/cs/mc/Pages/Spray-Schedule.aspx. Residents may also contact the Galveston County Mosquito Control at (800) 842-5622 to request spraying in a specific area.

Significant rainfall levels and the climate increases the likeliness of mosquitos throughout our area. The Galveston County Health District currently has no confirmed cases of the Zika virus at this time. However, residents are reminded that the best protection against mosquito-borne illnesses, including the Zika virus, is prevention.

The following links provide additional information on mosquito-borne illnesses:
• Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention fact sheets and posters: http://www.cdc.gov/zika/fs-posters/
• CDC Zika informational page: http://www.cdc.gov/zika/
• Texas Department of State Health Services Zika informational page: http://www.texaszika.org/
• Galveston County Health District Zika Virus update page: http://www.gchd.org/press/2016/ZikaUpdates.html

The attached flyer also provides additional information on how to protect yourself, your family and community from mosquitoes.

Fight the Bite poster
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