West Nile Virus Updates 2018

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City of Carrollton, August 13, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:  

Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) has confirmed one mosquito sample testing positive for West Nile virus (WNV) in Carrollton. This sample was collected from the mosquito management area 5B. Area 5B is located between Old Denton Road, Trinity Mills Road, Josey Lane and Keller Springs Road. This area can be viewed in detail at cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. The City of Carrollton conducts mosquito trapping in seven areas of the city each week of the mosquito season, April-October, and has collected 98 samples so far this year, with this being our first positive.    

Carrollton Animal Services will conduct ground-based spraying in the neighborhoods outlined above, weather permitting, Tuesday, August 14 and Wednesday, August 15, beginning around 9:00 p.m. and continuing until completed.   Spraying will not be conducted in the event of wind speeds in excess of 15 mph or inclement weather.

City of Carrollton,  August 6, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, August 6, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1A-7A tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, August 13. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.

City of Carrollton, July 30, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, July 30, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1B-7B tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, August 6. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.

City of Carrollton, July 23, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, July 23, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1A-7A tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, July 30. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.

City of Carrollton, July 16, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, July 16, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1B-7B tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, July 23. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.

City of Carrollton, July 9, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, July 9, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1A-7A tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, July 16. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.

City of Carrollton, July 2, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, July 2, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1B-7B tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, July 9. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.

City of Carrollton, June 25, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, June 25, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1A-7A tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, July 2. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.

City of Carrollton, June 18, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, June 18, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1B-7B tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, June 25. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.  

City of Carrollton, June 11, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, June 11, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1A-7A tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, June 18. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.  

City of Carrollton, June 4, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, June 4, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1B-7B tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, June 11. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.  

City of Carrollton, May 29, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Tuesday, May 29, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1A-7A tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, June 4. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.  

City of Carrollton, May 21, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, May 21, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1B-7B tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Tuesday, May 29. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.  

City of Carrollton, May 14, 2018, West Nile Virus Update:

Today is Monday, May 14, 2018. This year we will continue to monitor 14 fixed testing sites. Each week we will collect and test mosquito samples from seven of these sites and the following week, we will conduct testing in the next seven sites. You may view our map of these sites on our website at www.cityofcarrollton.com/westnile. Samples collected last Friday from sites 1A-7A tested negative for West Nile virus. Please note that we are also providing free mosquito dunks at our Animal Shelter and our Senior Center. Remember that we are only able to provide one package per resident, while supplies last. We will update this page again on Monday, May 21. Please contact our team in Animal Services at (972) 466-3420 with any questions you have regarding West Nile Virus or our mosquito control program.