Mosquito Control

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  1. Updates
  2. West Nile Virus (WNV)
  3. Zika Virus
  4. 4D Defense

A positive test result was found in the CH3 management area.  Mosquito spraying will occur overnight, between 9:00 PM and 5:00 AM, on Thursday, Friday and Sunday, August 25, 26 and 28. The spraying will occur in residential areas east of US Highway 67 and south of Parkerville Road.


Mosquito Management Areas

PSA from Dallas County Heath and Human Services (video)

CDC Guidelines for Zika Action Plans (March 8, 2016)

To receive notifications of mosquito spraying by email and/or text, click on Notify Me to register your email and/or cell phone number.

Mosquito Dunks®
Mosquito Dunks® are an environmentally safe and effective form of mosquito control that can be used in standing water not easily disposed of (bird baths, ponds, flower pots, etc.) One dunk kills mosquito larvae for 30 days or more.

For more information, please click here.

OFF! Deep Woods® Insect Repellent V
OFF! Deep Woods® Insect Repellent V is a spray that provides protection from mosquitoes, chiggers, ticks, biting flies, and gnats.  Click here for more information.

Dallas County Health and Human Services has provided the City of Cedar Hill with 6 oz. spray cans of OFF! Deep Woods® for its residents.  Citizens of Cedar Hill may pick up a can of the spray insect repellent for free in the Development Services office located on the 2nd floor of the Cedar Hill Government Center, 285 Uptown Blvd.  Please limit one (1) per household.



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The City of Cedar Hill conducts mosquito control activities year-round but increases those efforts from April through October, the most active mosquito season in North Texas. The City coordinates with Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) to conduct surveillance, trapping and testing of the mosquito population for diseases including West Nile Virus (WNV). 

There are currently five Mosquito Management Areas in Cedar Hill where mosquitoes are trapped weekly and then taken to a Dallas County lab for testing. If a mosquito trap yields a positive result for West Nile Virus, Dallas County Mosquito Control will schedule an overnight spraying event in the affected management area beginning Sunday night.