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Spraying usually begins shortly after sunset and can continue into the very early morning, depending on the time of the year.
Rain and/or winds exceeding 10 mph will interfere with routine spraying operations.
Aerial spraying is also available when needed.
Orange County is currently monitoring the status of the Zika virus. At this time, officials are asking for help from the community to minimize the potential spread of the virus and other mosquito-borne illnesses. The latest information on the Zika virus is available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In addition to minimizing the presence of unwanted pests, Mosquito Control plays a key role in helping to ensure public and community safety. Orange County Mosquito Control has a working laboratory where researchers examine mosquitoes and larva found within the community. This information helps Orange County identify target areas for treatment and migration trends. Their efforts range from removing standing water, which serves as a breeding area, to providing research and information to partner agencies, along with spraying communities to rid them of mosquitoes. Mosquito Control works in partnership with the Florida Department of Health (DOH), which is the lead agency monitoring for the presence of infectious disease in Florida. DOH provides critical information to key partners throughout the state regarding the status or spread of infectious disease.
Orange County uses the latest technology and methods including:
Orange County Mosquito Control Office
2715 Conroy Road, Building A
Orlando, FL 32839
Phone: (407) 254-9120
Fax: (407) 345-5538