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Fogging Operations

They are 57 spray routes that cover the entire county. Route schedules are assigned based on the number of call-ins, larvicide field reports; and mosquito counts from traps throughout the county. Typical hours of operation are from sundown to approximately 10 p.m. Mosquito fogging cannot take place if it is raining, if winds are less than 2 mph or exceed 10 mph, or If temperatures drop below 60 degrees.

Adulticide fogging operations usually begin from 6-6:30 p.m. depending on the ambient temperature and heat index. If the temperature (with heat index) is higher than 98 degrees Fahrenheit, the Ultra-Low-Volume spray will only evaporate. However, challenges in local meteorology can make standard guidelines prohibitive and impractical. Although Escambia County Mosquito Control responds to local service requests from the public within 48 hours, the fogging mission is contingent upon landing rate counts and trap surveillance.


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No Spray/Fog Zones

  • As Per Florida Statues-586: All Beekeepers in the State of Florida are required to be Registered with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and will be issued a permanent registration number at the time of registration and will be required to renew annually on the anniversary date of the registration.
  • The “Do Not Fog” list is only a courtesy item between FDACS (Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services) and Beekeeper Associations throughout the State of Florida and will only be adhered to under Non-Emergency conditions.
  • As Per Florida Statues 482.2267 - Anyone deemed by a physician with a medical condition that requires prior notification of fogging and needs to be placed on a “Medical Do Not Fog” list will also need to register with FDACS first. 

We are giving those residents on our county’s “Do Not Fog” list until April 1 to comply and to forward their Beekeeper or "Medical Do Not Fog" registration number to the Mosquito Control office or they will be removed from our “Do Not Fog” list.


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