All spraying operations are conducted between 10 PM and 6 AM, typically after midnight. Spray missions are timed after sunset and before sunrise to minimize any harm to pollinator and other beneficial insects.
Mosquito traps are monitored around the district on a daily basis to assess the population abundance of each of the 48 species of mosquito found in Flagler County. Trapping allows mosquito activity to be documented so that the district can legally apply pesticides to suppress the mosquito population.
To see if you live within the District type your address in the map below. If you do not live in the Ditrict you can request services by contacting Flagler County Administration at 313-4000 if you live in Daytona North, Espanola, or Rima Ridge. If you live in Plantation Bay or Eagle Rock contact your HOA.
The map is updated by noon each day based upon daily surveillance trap data. Areas to be treated that evening are highlighted in yellow. If no zones are highlighted there are no spray missions to be conducted. For historical data please see our Operations Updates.
All missions are subject to change due to weather.