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Adulticide applications (spraying) are conducted when biting adult mosquito populations exceed public health or nuisance thresholds. These applications are conducted via truck-mounted, ultra-low-volume (ULV) cold aerosol sprayers during late evening or early morning hours. Mercer County applies products (adulticides) recommended by Rutgers University  for mosquito control in New Jersey, and a complete list with accompanying labels and MSDS sheets can be found here. Specific street addresses are not published, but adulticide applications are conducted on an area-wide basis and targets where adult mosquito populations may be concentrated during application times. For further questions or information, please browse our website or call/email directly. The office maintains no regular “spraying schedule” or "spraying list." These applications are only conducted when deemed absolutely necessary, and under the appropriate environmental conditions, in order to bring mosquito populations to tolerable levels or to ward off potential mosquito-borne disease outbreaks.


Truck-Mounted Adulticide Application Notice 

When: (Thursday) July 2, 2020, between 12 a.m. and sunrise (weather permitting)

ProductAnvil 2+2 or Zenivex E4

Locations:

Hamilton

Estates Blvd/Sheffield Rd/Periwinkle Ln/Trenton Ave Area

Sunnybrae Park Area

Barnt Decklyn Rd/Barricklo St/Fitzrandolph Ave/Benton Rd/ Bow Hill Ave/Jeremiah Ave area

Sunset Blvd/Sunset Ct/Jean Dr/Shelly Ln/Matthew Dr area

Rudner Ave/Lorraine Dr/Barbara Dr/Leuckel Ave area

Peter Rafferty/Switlik Rd/Ray Dwier Dr area

Ewing

4th St/Columbia Ave/5th St/Arctic Pkwy/Spruce St area

Carolina Ave/Ridgewood Ave/Crestmont Ave area

Gwendolyn Dr/Pennington Rd/Parkside Ave/Rosedale Ave/Weber Ave/Greenville Ave/Bruce Ln area

Lawrence

Greenfield Ave/Altamawr Ave area/Tulane Ave/Rolfe Ave area

West Windsor

Newport Dr/Old Trenton Rd/Edinburg Rd/Mercer County Park area

 

For more information about Truck-Mounted Adulticide spraying, follow the link provided below.

What you need to know about Truck Spraying. (cdc.gov)