ALAMO HEIGHTS, Texas -- The City of Alamo Heights plans is fogging some of its green spaces in an effort to control the city's mosquito population.
Officials say the fogging is being conducted in response to the recent West Nile virus cases in our area. A new release states crews will be fogging around the perimeter of the Judson Nature Trails and Little League Baseball Fields on Wednesday.
The City’s contractor, Century Pest Control, plans to use a permethrin-based product for the fogging. Officials are advising residents to stay indoors during the fogging to minimize pesticide exposure.
For more information about the mosquito fogging, residents can call the Public Works Department at 882-1518. Those who are currently registered with the city's automatic notification system have been notified via email.
Residents who wish to register for future notices should go to the City’s website
. Alamo Heights residents without internet access can sign up to receive phone notifications by calling the City’s Information Service Manager at 882-1508.
Alamo Heights has also sent out a West Nile Virus (WNV) Informational Flyer (see attached) to all households to help educate the citizens on what precautionary measures can be taken to help protect themselves from the WNV and mosquitoes.