2020 Infected Mosquito Treatment Zones / Schedule

  • Sept. 15: IRV-17. The Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported a positive West Nile Virus sample from a mosquito trap. The City of Irving will conduct a truck-mounted ultralow volume (ULV) fogging from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Sept. 15-17 in this area, weather permitting. Fogging will not occur when rain is forecast. ULV fogging is not dangerous to pets or people.
  • Sept. 1: IRV-12 and IRV-57. The Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported a positive West Nile Virus sample from a mosquito trap. The City of Irving will conduct a truck-mounted ultralow volume (ULV) fogging from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Sept. 1-5 in this area, weather permitting. Fogging will not occur when rain is forecast. ULV fogging is not dangerous to pets or people.
  • Aug. 25-27: IRV-02, IRV-14, IRV-23 and IRV-53. The Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported a positive West Nile Virus sample from a mosquito trap. The City of Irving will conduct a truck-mounted ultralow volume (ULV) fogging from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Aug. 25-27 in this area, weather permitting. ULV fogging is not dangerous to pets or people.
  • Aug. 11-13: IRV-06, IRV-12, IRV-42 and IRV-51. The Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported a positive West Nile Virus sample from a mosquito trap. The City of Irving will conduct a truck-mounted ultralow volume (ULV) fogging from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Aug. 11-13 in this area, weather permitting. ULV fogging is not dangerous to pets or people.
  • Aug. 5-6: IRV-17. The Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported a positive West Nile Virus sample from a mosquito trap. The City of Irving will conduct a truck-mounted ultralow volume (ULV) fogging from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Aug. 5-6 in this area, weather permitting. ULV fogging is not dangerous to pets or people.
  • July 29-31: IRV-28. The Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported a positive West Nile Virus sample from a mosquito trap. The City of Irving will conduct a truck-mounted ultralow volume (ULV) fogging from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. July 29 and July 31 in this area, weather permitting. ULV fogging is not dangerous to pets or people.
  • July 22: IRV-06 and IRV-09. The Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported positive West Nile Virus samples from mosquito traps in these sectors. The City of Irving will conduct a truck-mounted ultralow volume (ULV) fogging from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. July 22-23 in these areas, weather permitting. ULV fogging is not dangerous to pets or people.
  • July 1: IRV-12. The Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported a positive West Nile Virus sample from a mosquito trap. The City of Irving will conduct a truck-mounted ultralow volume (ULV) fogging from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. July 1 in this area, weather permitting. ULV fogging is not dangerous to pets or people.