Updated, July 21, 2014
Fogging Hotline 574-6641
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Public Health and Wellness will fog the following areas the week of July 20th:
North – Duncan St.
South - Broadway
East – 34th Street
West – Western Pkwy.
North – Brownsboro Rd.
South – Grinstead Dr./Lexington Rd.
East – Cannons Lane
West – Ewing Ave.
North – Lexington Rd.
South – Cherokee Rd.
East – Cherokee Pkwy.
West – Baxter Ave.
Recently Completed Areas:
Churchill Downs Area Sylvania Area
North – Central Ave North – Lower Hunters Trace
South – Longfield Ave South – Greenwood Rd
East – S. 4th St. East – Terry Rd
West – S. 9th St. West – Greenbelt Hwy
Fogging is usually conducted within a 7 to 10 day period. If fogging activities are canceled due to weather conditions, they will usually be rescheduled for the following weekday evening.
During fogging operations PLEASE:
- Keep children away from the fogging vehicle.
- Park your vehicle off the street when possible.
- Do Not tailgate or follow the fogging vehicles.
- Do Not stop the fogging truck while it is fogging.
- Go inside and remain indoors while the fogging vehicle is in the neighborhood.
Mosquito fogging is done between dusk and dawn.
Mosquito fogging cannot be done if it is raining, if wind speeds exceed 10 miles per hour or if evening temperatures are above 85°F.
Workers will be spraying Zenivex, a synergized synthetic pyrethroid. This product offers a very low toxicity and odor. Pyrethroids can be used for public health mosquito control programs without posing unreasonable risks to human health. It is registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Kentucky Department of Agriculture for use in adult mosquito control programs. This product is biodegradable.
For more information, please call the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness' Mosquito Control Program at 574-6650.
For information on Mosquito Control click here.