Adulticide applications (spraying) are conducted when biting adult mosquito populations exceed public health or nuisance thresholds. These applications are conducted via truck-mounted ultra low-volume cold aerosol sprayers during late evening or early morning hours. We apply products (adulticides) recommended by Rutgers University for mosquito control in New Jersey, and a complete list of our products with accompanying labels and MSDS sheets may be found here. We do not maintain a regular “schedule” for spraying, and these applications are only conducted when deemed absolutely necessary (and under the appropriate environmental conditions) in order to bring mosquito populations to tolerable levels or to ward off potential mosquito-borne disease outbreaks. Because of the timing of our applications, residents may not often see or hear our vehicles during operations, but please bear with us and we will respond to every service request that is received by our office. We also do not publish specific street addresses, but our adulticide applications are conducted on an area-wide basis and targets where adult mosquito populations may be concentrated during our application times. For further questions or information, please browse our website or call/email us directly.

Friday, July 22, 2016

HAMILTON
Ellwood Street area
- Hewitt Avenue area
- Quakerbridge Road 3000s area
- Martin Lane Area

ROBBINSVILLE
Beechwood Drive area
- Tindall Road area
- West Manor Way area

LAWRENCEVILLE
Lawrenceville Shopping Center area
- Lavrencia Drive
- Lawrenceville- Pennington Road
- Empress Lane

TRENTON
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Sylvester and Pulaski Alley area
- Kirkbride Avenue and New Willow Street area
- West Paul Avenue and Calhoun Street

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