City-wide Mosquito Spraying Resumes Today
Updated spraying schedule
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Following last week’s heavy rain event, the City’s Vector Control Unit has updated the mosquito spraying schedule and will resume city-wide spraying.
Vector Control will concentrate its efforts on the known breeding grounds of mosquitos. Crews will begin spraying the referenced routes at approximately 8:00 p.m.
Tentative Spraying Route Schedule**:
Monday, July 12 Routes: 30, 31, 32 Padre Island
Tuesday, July 13 Routes: 21, 24 Southside / Oso Golf Course
Wednesday, July 14 Routes: 26, 23 Southside
Thursday, July 15 Routes: 1, 2, 3, 4 Calallen
Friday, July 16 Routes: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Annaville, Nueces River
Monday, July 19 Routes: 11, 14, 15 North Beach, West Side
Tuesday, July 20 Routes: 17, 19 Seaside Cemetery, IWA
Wednesday, July 21 Routes: 27, 28, 29 Flour Bluff
Thursday, July 22 Routes: 30, 31, 32 Padre Island
Friday, July 23 Routes: 21, 24 Southside / Oso Golf Course
Updates to the mosquito spraying schedule are posted to the City’s website. To view the current schedule and further updated schedules, please visit our website at https://www.cctexas.com/mosquitocontrol.
**These schedules are tentative and subject to change due to weather conditions and wind speeds.
After any significant rainfall, the public must remember their role in the effective control of mosquitoes. Besides removing any standing water, yard maintenance is key as tall grass is a popular breeding area for many species of mosquitoes.
Vector Control asks the public to practice the 5 D’s of Defense:
DEET – Use insect repellent containing DEET.
DRESS – Dress in long sleeves and pants when you’re outside.
DAWN, DAYTIME, and DUSK – Dawn, Daytime, and Dusk are the times of day when mosquitoes are most active. Avoid being outside during these times of day to prevent bites.
DRAIN – Regularly drain standing water, including water collected in empty cans, tires, buckets, clogged rain gutters, and saucers under potted plants. Mosquitoes breed in stagnant water.
DOCTOR – Consult a physician if you feel sick after being bitten.
Don’t forget your pets! Dogs need limited time outdoors since they are susceptible to heartworms caused by mosquitoes. Please only use veterinarian-approved insect repellents on your furry friends.
Media representatives requesting more information may contact Public Information Officer Gabriela Morrow at 361-826-3583 or by email at email@example.com