What is the City of Frisco doing about West Nile Virus?
On July 30, 2002 we began treating City-owned areas of stagnant water with a larvicide. This is an integral part of the approach recommended by the Center for Disease Control in minimizing the number of mosquitoes in our area. On June 16, 2004 we began a mosquito surveillance program. Mosquitoes are a direct indicator of human illness risk when it comes to West Nile virus. In this program, mosquitoes are trapped and shipped for testing. In addition, there is continuous monitoring of areas owned and maintained by the City of Frisco. Efforts are made to disseminate new information as quickly as possible to our citizens. The City of Frisco has approved West Nile Virus (WNV) – Response Plans which details all City staff actions. Does the City of Frisco spray for mosquitoes? The City will spray for mosquitoes when triggers are met as stated on the West Nile Virus (WNV) – Response Plans. After receiving notification on September 13, 2007 of the positive mosquito sample, the City’s response i
*Sadly, we had to bring back ads too. Hopefully more targeted.