We are spraying again

In the morning at 400am, our trucks will be leaving our compound in order to spray zones 1, 2, 3 & 5. We will also be spraying the Greenways, Ocean Sound, Ocean Oaks, Ocean View, Beach Walk, Sea Oaks, Crosswind Drive, Portside Drive, Starboard Landing, Georgia Avenue, Blackbeard's Way, Countess of Egmont, Jean LaFitte and The Sanctuary. We will be watching for walkers, bike riders, yard cleaners and anyone else outside so please watch for our yellow flashing lights. When we see you please remember... our machine will be humming but we turn off the chemical spray from inside the trucks. We will not spray you!! Hope you all have a great weekend!!!!

More Post Irma spraying

In the morning at 400 am, our trucks will be rolling out of our compound in order to spray zones 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5. We will also spray the Greenways and parts of zone 6. Please watch for our yellow flashing lights as we will be watching for you. Have a great day!!!

Post Irma Spraying

In the morning at 400 am, our trucks will be rolling out of our compound in order to spray zones 1, 2, 3 and 5. We will also be spraying Ocean Sound, Ocean Oaks, Ocean View, Beach Walk, Sea Oaks, Crosswind Drive, Starboard Landing, Georgia Avenue, Blackbeard's Way, Countess of Egmont and Jean LaFitte. Please watch for our yellow flashing lights as we will be watching for you!! Have a great weekend!!!

Post Hurricane Irma spraying

In the morning beginning at 400am, our trucks will be leaving our compound in order to spray zones 7, 8, 9 & 10. We will also spraying Ocean Sounds, Ocean Oaks, Ocean View, Beach Walk, Sea Oaks, Crosswinds Drive, Portside Drive, Starboard Landing, Georgia Avenue, Blackbeard's Way, Countess of Egmont, Jean LaFitte and The Greenways. Please watch for our yellow flashing lights as we will watch out for you. Have a great day!!!

Another Post Irma spraying

In the morning at 400 am, our trucks will be pulling out of our compound in order to spray zones 1, 2, 3 & 5. We will be spraying off of zones 4 & 6. We will spray as long as we can without interfering with walkers, bike riders, yard workers, children waiting for buses, etc. After spraying, we will be back on our water treating. Thanks and have a great day!!!!

Spraying in the morning

In the morning beginning at 400 am, we will be rolling out of our compound in order to spray zones 7, 8, 9 & 10. Please be mindful of our yellow flashing lights as we will be mindful of you. After spraying, we will begin treating water again for larvae. Please know that we are working hard to stay on top of the mosquitoes. Thanks and have a great day!!

AM spraying

Monday morning, beginning at 400 am, our trucks will be leaving our compound in order to spray zones 1, 2, 3 & 5. We will also be spot spraying other areas while on the north end of the island. Once we are finished spraying, we will begin treating water for mosquito larvae. Tuesday morning, we will be spraying again at 400 am. Please check back for zones to be sprayed. Thank you for your patience!!!

From Director M. Bruce Hyers

Due to Hurricane Irma, the island will soon be experiencing above average mosquito populations. I urge you to be patient as we are diligently treating water and spraying adult mosquitoes. If you have standing water or mosquito issues, please call our office at 904-261-5283 and we will aid in resolving the issue. Please note that our boundaries are Amelia Island, Big & Little Piney Island, and Marsh Lakes. Our schedule for the near future will be 4:00 am until dawn spraying adult mosquitoes and afterwards treating water for potential mosquito larvae. I ask you to dump any containers or other items on your property that may have filled with water during the storm. We will do our part to get o

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