Your Texas Mosquito Control System is More Important Now than Ever Before

Why is your Texas Mosquito Control system more important now than ever before? Your backyard mosquito control system is being pushed to the limit and we are here to help.

DFW AREA MOSQUITO POPULATIONS DOUBLE IN JUST ONE WEEK (Mosquito Populations more than quadruple since the end of July)

DCHHS Surveillance Report

Week Ending7/308/68/138/208/279/39/10
Average Number
Of Southern House Mosquitoes
(CULEX) per Trap per day

Dallas County Health & Human Services (DCHHS) is a nationally accredited public health department responsible for providing health and social services that protect the health and well-being of over 2.6 million people that call Dallas County home.

The mission of the Dallas County Department of Health and Human Services is to protect the health of the citizens of Dallas County through disease prevention and intervention, and through promotions of a healthy community and environment. This is done through assessment, community input education, disease monitoring, regulation, and health services that help control the spread of disease.

According to DCHHS, the following is a list of some of the cities where mosquito samples have tested positive for the Arbovirus commonly known as West Nile Virus during 2022.

Addison, Balch Springs, Coppell, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Grand Prairie, Highland Park, Irving, Richardson, University Park

Arbovirus is any of a group of viruses that are transmitted by mosquitoes, ticks, or other arthropods. They include Encephalitis, Dengue, West Nile, Yellow Fever, Chikungunya and Zika.

DCHHS has been at the forefront of the local response to major public health issues and emergencies including threats from West Nile Virus and Zika.

CONTACT: TEXAS MOSQUITO CONTROL at 972-248-3373 or send an email to

Also, from the City of Dallas: Areas in Dallas to be sprayed for West Nile Virus

Dallas – Mosquito samples in Dallas have tested positive for the West Nile Virus. Weather permitting, the areas described below are scheduled for mosquito control spraying on Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18 between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. each night.

Control Area: The area to be sprayed is within an area generally bounded by: 5700 block of Deseret Trail (75252): President George Bush Turnpike on the north, Gatesworth Lane on the west, Greenside Drive on the east, and Frankford Road on the south.

The area to be sprayed is within an area generally bounded by: 9000 block of Vista Creek Drive (75243): Skyline Drive on the north, Boundbrook Avenue on the west, Echo Valley Drive on the east, and Royal Lane on the south.

The area to be sprayed is within an area generally bounded by: 9600 block of Broken Bow Road (75238): Dartridge Drive on the north, Highedge Circle on the west, Crestlake Drive on the east, and Windy Hill Road on the south.

The area to be sprayed is within an area generally bounded by: 10100 block of Church Road (75238): Ferndale Road on the north, Dove Trail Circle on the west, Vistadale Drive on the east, and Walnut Hill Lane on the south.

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