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  • Areas of Treatment

    To Check for areas tentatively scheduled for adult mosquito treatment, please go to the upper right hand box and click on Make a Service Request. Next click on show treatment areas and insert the date. Treatment plans are scheduled on a day to day basis, so future work areas cannot be determined from this system. The mapping system is where the District plans to treat, but it is not always accurate for determining if an area was treated. If an area is scheduled and it is not treated due to weather or technical difficulties, it will not be removed from the system and will continue to show as a planned treatment area. You may see an area listed a couple days in a row which may be a plan to reschedule the treatment. To make a service request click on Make a service request. If you would like to log a service request, please fill out the information boxes. Under Florida law, e-mail addresses and messages are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address or message released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone at 239-694-2174. The information provided here does not guarantee that treatment will be completed and does not guarantee these are the only areas treatment may occur

    If you are not able to access the information on the map, the following treatment boundaries are provided: If you live in a gated community, please give our office a call with a current gate code. Many communities change their code and do not provide an update to mosquito control, so services can’t be provided.

    The following areas will be treated by Ultra Low Volume (ULV) Spray Trucks from between Sunset to 2 AM.

    Monday – June 26, 2017  

    AREA MAP BOUNDARIES
    SANIBEL ISLAND From the east end at the Sanibel Lighthouse west to Dixie Beach Blvd. and the west end of Middle Gulf Dr. at Casa Ybel Rd.
    SANIBEL ISLAND From the west end of West Gulf Dr. east to Casa Ybel Rd. including Rabbit Rd. and Tarpon Bay Rd. and west of Periwinkle Way.
    SANIBEL ISLAND From Blind Pass southeast to Belding Drive.
    PINE ISLAND From the north end of Bokeelia at Main St. south to Bullwinkle Way, east and west of Stringfellow Rd.
    PINE ISLAND All streets off of Harbor Dr. west to Alden Pines Golf Course,  and from Eagles Landing south to Pineland Rd. and Beau Ln.
    PINE ISLAND From Ficus Tree Ln. south to Judith Rd. east and west of Stringfellow Rd.

     


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    he following areas will be treated by Ultra Low Volume (ULV)  King Air aircraft early in the morning (at first light).

     

     

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    The following areas will be treated, weather permitting, by Ultra Low Volume (ULV) fixed wing aircraft from between 9 PM and 2 AM.

    Monday – June  26, 2017

    WEATHER PERMITTING!

    Aerial Adulticiding — 

    Buckingham / Gateway area – The northern boundary of treatment is the Caloosahatchee River. The southern boundary of treatment is Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW). The eastern boundary is Gunnery Road, and the western boundary is Neal Road.

    Lehigh Acres – The northern boundary of treatment is the Lee / Charlotte County line. The southern boundary of treatment is State Road 82. The eastern boundary is Joel Blvd.,  and the western boundary is Prospect Avenue.

    Bonita Springs – The northern boundary of treatment is Strike Lane. The southern boundary of treatment is the Lee / Collier County line. The eastern boundary the Lee / Collier County line, and the western boundary is Bonita Bay.

     

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    The following areas will be treated by Ultra Low Volume (ULV) rotor aircraft Early in the morning (at first light).

     Sunday, June 26, 2016

    The Outer Islands –  Boca Grande and an area north of Boca Grande, Useppa Island, Cabbage Key, Mondongo Island, Upper Captiva, Captiva and Burgess Island.

    This represents an aerial notification that involves helicopter daylight operations from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. occurring or potentially occurring every day of the year from January 1st, to December 31st. The highest volume of helicopter traffic will be more evident from April 1st to October 1st for treatment of larval mosquitoes coinciding with peak periods of larval development. The areas that require greater frequency of activity are within a 30 mile area of the coast line from Boca Grande to Bonita Springs. These helicopter operations include inspection and larvicide treatment for mosquito larvae in their aquatic habitats in the red polygons identified on the map below. Due to the method of locating the larval mosquitoes and due to the limited window of time available for treatment of larvae, this notification represents activity associated with helicopters used to aerially inspect and treat these breeding sites. In case of a mosquito borne disease threat or a weather related declared emergency, aerial larviciding areas may be expanded.

    Aerial Larviciding

    Disease Response

     

    As part of our Lee-County-Mosquito-Control-Districts-Response-to-Mosquito-borne-disease plan, the District may implement larvicide and or adulticide treatments by ground unit or by air in areas where mosquito borne disease has been detected.

    Residents of Lee County Mosquito Control District can subscribe to our phone notification list for adult mosquito treatments by calling the office at 239-694-2174. We will make every attempt to notify individuals who sign up for our notification list via phone, however, we may not be able to notify the public if immediate applications are needed, or if technical difficulties prevent your phone from receiving our messages. We may also cancel a scheduled operation due to weather conditions or other unforeseen reasons.

     Aerial Larviciding Treatment Areas

    For a list of the materials used for larviciding and adulticiding click on: 2016 LCMCD Chemical List.