Local Spray Maps

If a community's box is expanded and/or name appears below in bold, spraying is scheduled for that area.

Cities

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 20
August 20

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 5
July 25
June 26

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 13
August 23
August 2

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
West: September 26 (post-spray map coming soon)
South: September 6
North & West: August 29
North: August 8
South: August 7
West: August 1
North: July 23
South: July 18
North: July 12 

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 5
August 21
August 7
July 25

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 13
August 13
July 30
July 10 

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
North and South: August 22 
South: July 19

Villages

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 12
August 22
August 8
August 1

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 13
August 23
August 2

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 6
July 24

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 17
August 21
August 9
July 26

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
August 27
August 1
July 12
June 26

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 12
August 23 (make-up spray from August 20)
August 20 (partial spray due to rain)
August 8
July 23


Townships

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 26 (post-spray map coming soon)
September 11
July 30

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
North and South: September 12
North and South: August 23 (Make-up spray from August 20)
North: August 20 (partial spray due to rain)
North: August 8
South: August 2
North: July 23

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 12
August 22
August 8
August 1

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
August 9
July 31
July 17

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 5
August 1
July 11 

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
August 30
August 14
July 24

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 6
August 27
August 7
July 23
July 9

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
South: September 11
North: August 21
South: August 2
North: July 26

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 13
August 13
July 30
July 10

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
August 29
August 14

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
West: September 27 (post-spray map coming soon)
North and West: September 11
South: September 5
North: August 13
South & West: July 25
July 23

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 17
North and South: August 21
South: August 9
North & South: July 26

No spraying scheduled at this time

Post spray maps:
September 18 
August 9
July 9 

Precautions You Can Take When We Do Spray

Check this website for notices

about adulticiding in your area. We will make all attempts to post our spray schedule and a map on our website of the spray areas 24 hours in advance of the application

Bring pets indoors

cover ornamental fish ponds during adulticiding hours to avoid direct exposure

Outdoor tables, furniture, toys

& play equipment can also be covered or rinsed off with water following the application, but this isn't necessary since this pesticide begins to degrade with exposure to air and light

Wash any exposed fruits

and vegetables with water before eating, cooking or storing

Remain indoors with the windows closed

when adulticiding is taking place (if possible). Typically, windows can be reopened within 30 minutes after our trucks have passed

If you come in direct contact

with pesticides, wash well any exposed skin surfaces with soap and water

Bring laundry inside

before adulticiding begins. If these items are exposed, they may be washed again in soap and water


Allow about one hour

to pass before allowing children play in areas that have been treated

For your safety and the safety of our spray truck operators:

  • Do not approach or walk up to a spray truck.
  • If you are walking and you see a spray truck approaching, please make yourself visible to the driver and begin walking in the direction the truck is heading. Spray truck drivers are trained to turn off the spray. Please note that the spray motor may still be running, but product will not be sprayed. The driver will let you take an alternative route before spraying.
  • If you are in your car, do not follow a spray truck when it is operating. If you are in a vehicle, raise the windows, turn on the air conditioning (on recirculation mode), wait for the truck to pass or find an alternate route.

Products Used In Truck Mounted Sprayers

MasterLine® Kontrol™ 4-4 for Mosquitoes, Flies, and Gnats is a 4.6% permethrin/4.6% PBO low odor oil formulation. As a non-corrosive, it won't damage cars, trucks or airplanes. Its broad spectrum, superior formulation is clean and clear and provide quick knockdown of most mosquito species as well as other Diptera species such as biting and non-biting midges, black flies and gnats. With no EPA required water set back, Kontrol 4-4 can be applied ultra-low volume (ULV) by air or ground. It can also be applied either as a mist barrier or from a thermal fogger.

Product Label

PERMANONE® is an oil based ULV product for safe and effective control of mosquitoes. PERMANONE exceeds all minimum requirements for scientifically based mosquito control programs. PERMANONE is a permethrin based product that is the most widely used chemical family in domestic mosquito control. The PERMANONE product group is considered to be a more environmentally friendly alternative without the unpleasant odors, corrosiveness, and paint damage associated with organophosphate products.

Product Label

More Pesticide Information

For more information on pesticides, their use, risk and integrated pest management, please visit the National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC).

NPIC is a cooperative agreement between Oregon State University and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.