West Nile virus has recently been detected in collected mosquito samples on or near Lizanne Drive in north Yuba City and also on or near Bogue Road in South Yuba City. West Nile virus has previously been detected in collected mosquito samples in East Marysville and the Shanghai Bend areas. To further minimize the risk of human disease the Sutter-Yuba Mosquito and Vector Control District will be spraying the areas depicted below on Monday evening, July 13, 2015 and continuing each Monday evening until the risk has been significantly reduced or eliminated. Spraying will be performed using truck mounted foggers equipped with an amber colored flashing light.
Spraying will begin at sunset and last no longer than 3 hours. All treatments are dependent on appropriate weather conditions. The District will be applying a permethrin product labeled for use in recreational and residential areas and neighborhoods. This material is registered by the Environmental Protection Agency and applied according to label directions by the District’s trained and certified technicians and contractors.
Although the material poses a low risk to human health, some people may prefer to avoid or minimize exposure by staying indoors, keeping their windows closed and turning off their window –mounted air conditioners, evaporative coolers and whole house fans when spraying is taking place in the immediate area. You can obtain additional information about spray operations by calling the District office at 674-5456 ext. 0 between the hours of 7 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
West Nile virus is transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. Residents are strongly encouraged to limit outdoor activities during peak mosquito feeding times at dawn and dusk. When outside and mosquitoes are biting, wear long sleeves and long pants and apply a mosquito repellant. Keep mosquitoes outside of your home by making sure that door and window screens are in good repair.

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