Union County Mosquito Control Spraying - June 14

June 13, 2014 at 3:41 PM

UNION COUNTY, NJ – As part of an ongoing mosquito control and breeding prevention program, Union County regularly conducts spray operations between May and October.   Spraying occurs between 3:00 am and 8:00 am. The insecticides used are not harmful and residents may conduct normal activities.  The County advises that residents maintain a safe distance from operational spray trucks.  A weekly schedule is published. 

Spraying is planned for Saturday, June 14 (weather permitting) in the following areas of Clark:

  •  Featherbed Lane Area
  •  Bartell Place
  •  King Street
  •  Bartell Park

For a full list of spray operations in other Union County towns, visit the Bureau of Mosquito Control website.

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