Broward to start spraying for mosquitoes after recent rains
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – After the heavy downpours throughout South Florida over the last two weeks, help is on the way to keep those pesky mosquitoes away.
Broward County announced it will begin spraying for mosquitoes in four cities beginning Friday through June 28.
The truck spraying will be targeted in Pembroke Pines, Dania Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Recent heavy rains are prompting the need for Mosquito Control to spray four areas of the County. Preventive truck larviciding will be proactively performed between 10PM and 6AM, weather permitting, June 21 - June 28. Locations: https://t.co/Z0HG8pBjsW pic.twitter.com/V27VohO7tU— Broward County, FL (@ReadyBroward) June 19, 2019
The county asks residents and business owners to survey their own properties and remove any standing water which fosters mosquito breeding.
CLICK HERE to see which neighborhoods and cities are being targeted for spraying.
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