Truck Spray Schedule

For maps of the treatment areas please visit the Treatment Area MAP link below:

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Date

Time

Municipality

Treatment Area MAP

Status

1

6/30/22
(Rain Date 7/1/22)

4:00 - 6:00 AM

Paramus

Paramus Spray Area

Completed

2

6/30/22
(Rain Date 7/1/22)

4:00 - 6:00 AM

Moonachie

Moonachie Spray Area

Completed

3 7/22/22
(Rain Date 7/23/22)
4:00 - 6:00 AM Dumont Dumont Spray Area Completed
4 7/27/22
(Rain Date 7/28/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Elmwood Park Elmwood Park Spray Area Completed
5 7/27/22
(Rain Date 7/28/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Hackensack Hackensack Spray Area Completed
6 8/01/22
(Rain Date 8/02/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Oakland Oakland Spray Area Completed
7 8/03/22
(Rain Date 8/04/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Harrington Park Harrington Park Spray Area Completed
8 8/03/22
(Rain Date 8/04/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM River Edge River Edge Spray Area Completed
9 8/05/22
(Rain Date 8/08/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Englewood Englewood Spray Area Completed
10 8/05/22
(Rain Date 8/08/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Leonia Leonia Spray Area Completed
11 8/10/22
(Rain Date 8/11/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Teaneck Teaneck Spray Area Completed
12 8/12/22
(Rain Date 8/15/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Park Ridge Park Ridge Spray Area Completed
13 8/17/22
(Rain Date 8/18/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Paramus Paramus Spray Area Completed
14 8/19/22
(Rain Date 8/22/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Little Ferry Little Ferry Spray Area Completed
15 8/19/22
(Rain Date 8/22/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Ridgefield Park Ridgefield Park Spray Area Completed
16 8/24/22
(Rain Date 8/30/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Fair Lawn Fair Lawn Spray Area Completed
17 8/25/22
(Rain Date 8/31/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Closter Closter Spray Area Completed
18 8/25/22
(Rain Date 8/31/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Emerson Emerson Spray Area Completed
19 8/26/22
(Rain Date 8/29/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Haworth Haworth Spray Area Completed
20 8/26/22
(Rain Date 8/29/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Demarest Demarest Spray Area Completed
 21 8/29/22
(Rain Date 8/30/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Oradell Oradell Spray Area Completed
22 8/31/22
(Rain Date 9/1/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Edgewater Edgewater Spray Area Completed
23 8/31/22
(Rain Date 9/1/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Fairview Fairview Spray Area Completed
24 9/1/22
(Rain Date 9/2/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Ridgefield Park Ridgefield Park Spray Area Completed
25 9/1/22
(Rain Date 9/2/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Ridgefield Ridgefield Spray Area Completed
26 9/2/22
(Rain Date 9/3/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Garfield Garfield Spray Area Completed
27 9/8/22
(Rain Date 9/9/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Franklin Lakes Franklin Lakes Spray Area Completed
28 9/9/22
(Rain Date 9/10/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Washington Twsp. Washington Twsp. Spray Area Completed
29 9/9/22
(Rain Date 9/10/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Woodcliff Lake Woodcliff Lake Spray Area Completed
30 9/14/22
(Rain Date 9/15/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Hillsdale Hillsdale Spray Area Completed
31 9/14/22
(Rain Date 9/15/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Westwood Westwood Spray Area Completed
32 9/16/22
(Rain Date 9/17/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Northvale Northvale Spray Area Completed
33 9/16/22
(Rain Date 9/17/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM River Vale River Vale Spray Area Completed
34 9/20/22
(Rain Date 9/21/22)
3:30 - 6:00 AM Bergenfield Bergenfield Spray Area Completed
35 9/23/22
(Rain Date 9/24/22)
3:30-6:00AM Lyndhurst/North Arlington Lyndhurst/North Arlington Spray Area Completed
36 9/27/22
(Rain Date 9/28/22)
3:30-6:00AM Rutherford/East Rutherford Rutherford / East Rutherford Spray Area Scheduled
37 9/28/22
(Rain Date 9/29/22)
3:30-6:00AM Ramsey Ramsey Spray Scheduled

In compliance with N.J.A.C. Title 7, Chapter 30 the Bergen County Mosquito Control Division BCMC may be applying insecticides for the control of adult mosquito populations on an area-wide basis, as needed, throughout Bergen County during the period of April 30th, 2022 through October 31st, 2022.  In order to reduce the number of nuisance and vector mosquitoes in the specified areas, the following adult mosquito control products will be applied from the ground by truck or handheld equipment and/or by aircraft, all using low volume (LV) or ultra-low volume (ULV) techniques.

Sumithrin/Prallethrin (Duet®)

Malathion (Fyfanon®)

Etofenprox (Zenivex®)

The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) & Rutgers University have approved and recommended these mosquito control products for residential mosquito control and considers them to pose no unreasonable health risk when applied according to label directions.  The BCMC has notified municipal officials, health officers and police of these plans.  Neither the USEPA nor NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) requires relocating or taking special precautions during spraying with this product. All applications will be according to product labeling.

Residents can take following precautions to reduce exposure:

  • Pay attention to notices about spraying found through newspapers, websites, automated telephone messages or notices distributed by municipal, county or state agencies.
  • Plan your activities to limit time spent outside during times of possible insecticide treatments.
  • Move your pets, their food, and water dishes inside during ULV application. Also bring clothing and children’s toys inside.
  • Stay away from application equipment, whether in use or not.
  • Whenever possible, remain indoors with windows closed and with window air conditioners on non-vent (closed to the outside air) and window fans turned off during spraying.
  • Avoid direct contact with surfaces that are still wet from pesticide spraying. Do not allow children to play in areas that have been sprayed until they have completely dried (approximately one hour).
  • If you must remain outdoors, avoid eye and skin contact with the spray. If you get spray in your eyes or on your skin, immediately flush and rinse with water.

If residents wish further information, they may contact Bergen County Mosquito Control (201-634-2880), Bergen County Department of Health Services (201-634-2600), or their local health department. The National Pesticide Information Center may be contacted at (1-800-858-7378) or at the following link: http://npic.orst.edu. 

Please Note: Treatments for adult mosquitoes will be performed on streets on a limited and localized basis within the specified areas.  These applications are typically performed during early morning or late evening hours to reduce exposure to people and pollinating insects. Treatment time for a specific street is not possible. If the conditions are not ideal, the treatment will not be conducted or will be postponed to the rain-date specified (typically next day).

In compliance with N.J.A.C. Title 7, Chapter 30 the Bergen County Mosquito Control Division BCMCD may be applying insecticides for the control of adult mosquito populations on an area-wide basis, as needed, throughout Bergen County during the period of April 30th, 2021 through October 31st, 2021.  In order to reduce the number of nuisance and vector mosquitoes in the specified areas, the following adult mosquito control products will be applied from the ground by truck or handheld equipment and/or by aircraft, all using low volume (LV) or ultra-low volume (ULV) techniques.

Sumithrin/Prallethrin (Duet®)

Malathion (Fyfanon®)

Etofenprox (Zenivex®)

The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) & Rutgers University has approved and recommended these mosquito control products for residential mosquito control and considers them to pose no unreasonable health risk when applied according to label directions.  The BCMCD has notified municipal officials, health officers and police of these plans.  Neither the USEPA nor NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) requires relocating or taking special precautions during spraying with this product. All applications will be according to product labeling.

Residents can take following precautions to reduce exposure:

  • Pay attention to notices about spraying found through newspapers, websites, automated telephone messages or notices distributed by municipal, county or state agencies.
  • Plan your activities to limit time spent outside during times of possible insecticide treatments.
  • Move your pets, their food, and water dishes inside during ULV application. Also bring clothing and children’s toys inside.
  • Stay away from application equipment, whether in use or not.
  • Whenever possible, remain indoors with windows closed and with window air conditioners on non-vent (closed to the outside air) and window fans turned off during spraying.
  • Avoid direct contact with surfaces that are still wet from pesticide spraying. Do not allow children to play in areas that have been sprayed until they have completely dried (approximately one hour).
  • If you must remain outdoors, avoid eye and skin contact with the spray. If you get spray in your eyes or on your skin, immediately flush and rinse with water.

If residents wish further information, they may contact Bergen County Mosquito Control (201-634-2880), Bergen County Department of Health Services (201-634-2600) or their local health department, or call the National Pesticide Information Center (1-800-858-7378) or visit their website at the following link: http://npic.orst.edu. 

Please Note: Treatments for adult mosquitoes will be performed on streets on a limited and localized basis within the specified areas.  These applications are typically performed during early morning or late evening hours to reduce exposure to people and pollinating insects. Treatment time for a specific street is not possible. If the conditions are not ideal, the treatment will not be conducted or will be postponed to the rain-date specified (typically next day).    

Contact Us

Warren Staudinger

Director of Mosquito Control

Nicole Brown

Spray Inquires Only
nbrown@co.bergen.nj.us

Grace Grootenboer


 Bergen County Department of Public Works

220 East Ridgewood Ave • Paramus, NJ 07652

Ph: 201-634-2881