Marlboro 2012: updated 7/31/12 7:28am


APPLICATION FOR JULY 30, 2012 IS COMPLETE

Mosquitoes with Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus were confirmed July 26 in a surveillance trap in the northwest area of Sudbury near the Marlboro city line. After coordination with the Marlboro Board of Health, spraying in the area below was done July 30, 2012.

It’s important to note that spraying can only reduce but not eliminate the threat of mosquito-borne illness in the areas that are sprayed. That’s why it’s important for individuals to continue to take personal precautions against mosquito bites — both before and after any spraying is conducted.

Press release July 27, 2012

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Belmore Pl.

Grogan Path

Old Boston Post Rd.

Blanchette Dr.

Hamilton Cir.

Old Concord Rd.

Bose Rd.

Harper Cir.

Prendville Way

Boston Post Rd.

Haskell Ln.

Raymond Rd.

Bouffard Dr.

Hawkins Ln.

Sheffield Ter.

Butler Cir.

Hemenway St.

Slocumb Ln.

Cameron Dr.

Hemenway St. Ext.

Stetson Dr.

Carver Hill Rd.

Hutchinson Dr.

Stone Hill Rd.

Concord St.

Jackson Cir.

Sudbury St.

Cushing Hill Dr.

Jean Rd.

Symphony Rd.

Demers Ln.

Juniper Rd.

Taylor Rd.

Dowling Ln.

Kinder Cir.

Turner Ridge Rd.

Draper Cir.

Lamarre Dr.

Vega Rd.

Emer Rd.

Langelier Ln.

Wayside Inn Rd.

Farrington Ln.

Littlefield Ln.

Woodcock Ln.

Fish Ln.

McNeil Cir.

Woodland Dr.

Flint Dr.

Melody Ln.

 

Goodale St.

Minneran Ln.

 

Graham Path

Mosher Ln.

 

 

NOTE: ADDITIONAL AREAS NOT LISTED ABOVE MAY BE SCHEDULED BY REQUEST OF RESIDENTS – CHECK HERE AFTER 3PM ON JULY 30: www.cmmcp.org/ulv.htm


Avoid Mosquito Bites

 

              Be Aware of Peak Mosquito Hours - The hours from dusk to dawn are peak biting times for many mosquitoes. Consider rescheduling outdoor activities that occur during evening or early morning. Otherwise, take extra care to use repellent and protective clothing.

              Clothing Can Help reduce mosquito bites. Although it may be difficult to do when it’s hot, wearing long-sleeves, long pants and socks when outdoors will help keep mosquitoes away from your skin.

              Apply Insect Repellent when you go outdoors. Use a repellent with DEET (N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide), permethrin, picaridin (KBR 3023), IR3535 or oil of lemon eucalyptus [p-methane 3, 8-diol (PMD)] according to the instructions on the product label. DEET products should not be used on infants under two months of age and should be used in concentrations of 30% or less on older children. Oil of lemon eucalyptus should not be used on children under three years of age. Permethrin products are intended for use on items such as clothing, shoes, bed nets and camping gear and should not be applied to skin. 

 

Mosquito-Proof Your Home

              Drain Standing Water - Mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water. Limit the number of places around your home for mosquitoes to breed by either draining or getting rid of items that hold water. Check rain gutters and drains. Empty any unused flowerpots and wading pools, and change water in birdbaths frequently.  Contact 508.929.1300 if you have found an abandoned pool in your neighborhood.

              Install or Repair Screens - Some mosquitoes like to come indoors. Keep them outside by having tightly-fitting screens on all of your windows and doors.

 

Information about WNV and reports of WNV activity in Massachusetts during 2010 can be found on the MDPH website at http://www.mass.gov/dph/wnv. Recorded information about WNV is also available by calling the MDPH Public Health Information Line at 1-866-MASS-WNV (1-866-627-7968).