Mosquito Control

  1. Mosquito Spraying Alert
  2. What We Do
  3. What You Can Do

Mosquito Spraying Schedule

The City of Mansfield, in conjunction with the Tarrant County Health Department, partmosquito sprayingicipates in mosquito surveillance and testing each May to November (or until the first freeze). If two or more consecutive weeks yield positive results for West Nile, the City will schedule spraying for mosquitoes and communicate to residents when and where via the City website, Facebook, Nextdoor, Twitter and e-newsletter.

Notice of Upcoming Spray Areas

Currently the City has no spraying scheduled. Check back for future spraying alerts or register for notification of spraying through Notify Me.

View the Mosquito Spray Area Map

Currently no areas are scheduled for spraying. Check back for future spraying alerts or register for notification of spraying through Notify Me.

How Do I Know if My Neighborhood Will Be Sprayed?

Current mosquito spray locations are listed above. You may also sign up to receive email alerts or phone notification. Information is also posted on the City’s Facebook, Nextdoor and Twitter accounts.

What Should I do if My Neighborhood is sprayed?

The City recommends residents stay indoors during the application, bring outdoor pet and water bowls indoors, cover fish ponds and bird baths and shut windows.

What Can I Do to Reduce My Risk Of Mosquito Bites?

Preventing mosquito bites is the best way to avoid risk of getting West Nile Virus.  Tarrant County Public Health’s Be Mosquito Free program recommends the following: dump all standing water, wear long sleeves and pants, use an EPA-approved insect repellent and keep vegetation trimmed.