Can I request not to be sprayed?

Yes. Only the property owner can make this request. Please contact the Mosquito Control Office and request to speak with a Supervisor to be added to our Exclusion List. The spray drift from our trucks is usually about 300 feet, and we closely monitor the wind speed and direction to make sure the spray does not go off-target. Once added to the Exclusion List, a 300-foot buffer zone will be implemented around your property, and when the spray truck passes you may still hear the spray unit’s engine running, but no chemical (it looks like a white plume from the bed of the truck) should be visible.

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1. Why can I no longer see a spray schedule online? Do you have a set schedule for spraying mosquitoes?
2. How does the service request work?
3. How many phone calls do you need to spray in my area?
4. Do you provide public education about mosquitoes?
5. How many types of mosquitoes are there?
6. Do all mosquitoes bite?
7. Where are all the mosquitoes coming from?
8. Can bites from mosquitoes make me sick?
9. Are the products that you use safe?
10. Does mosquito control harm bees, other pollinators, animals, or organic gardens?
11. Can I request not to be sprayed?