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Mosquito Madness: monitoring spray plans / do not spray list / reporting possible West Nile

Mosquito Madness: monitoring spray plans / do not spray list / reporting possible West Nile

How to monitor City of Dallas mosquito spraying plans

Bookmark and check this page regularly: City of Dallas West Nile alerts

Bookmark and check this page regularly: Dallas Citizens for Safer Mosquito Control

Sign up for spraying alerts through the city hall news service, but don’t be surprised if you get none.

  1. Go to
  2. Scroll to the bottom right
  3. Enter email address
  4. Under Code Compliance select West Nile.

How to get on the Do Not Spray list

1. Go to

2. Click on 311 at the top right

3. Request Ser­vice at the mid­dle left

4. Click on Ser­vice Type drop down menu. Select Mos­qui­tos and Go.

5. Key in your address. Then next.

6. Drop down menu under “What is the nature of your concern?”

7. Click “Do Not Spray”.

8. If you would like to be con­tacted fill in your information.

9. Step 5 allows com­ments.

10. Step 6 click Submit.

11. Then click Finish.

From a North Texas Master Naturalist


If you think you may have a West Nile bird or human case

Call the City of Dallas Mosquito Control Hotline, 214-670-1733. You can leave other messages there, but they’ll be ignored.


Amy Martin

Amy Martin is the North Texas Wild at GreenSourceDFW and author of Itchy Business: How to Treat the Poison Ivy and Poison Oak Rash. More info at Most frequently she was the senior comedy critic for TheaterJones, The Aging Hippie columnist for Senior Voice, and the Taoist panel member of the Texas Faith blog of The Dallas Morning News. A journalist for over 40 years, she wrote for Dallas Observer, Dallas Times Herald, Dallas Morning News, and D magazine, and was contributing editor and columnist for Garbage magazine. She was known by many in North Texas as the Moonlady for her alternative newservice of 15 years, Moonlady News, and served as creator/producer/promoter of the acclaimed Winter and Summer SolstiCelebrations for 20 years. 

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