Mosquito control in Sugar Land requires participation on the part of both the City of Sugar Land and its residents.
Mosquito spraying will begin Friday, May 15, 2020 weather permitting.
The city sprays for mosquitoes to reduce the potential spread of mosquito borne diseases. When spraying is required, the service will be performed on Friday nights, during the months of May through October. Spraying will begin each evening at approximately 9 p.m, and continue until the entire city has been treated.
The City regularly uses an EPA - approved adulticide application called Kontrol 30-30 with a once a month rotational application of Fyfanon to combat chemical resistance.
Larvacide applications are routinely performed citywide in order to help eliminate mosquito breeding sites.
Biting gnats are a nuisance insect that, primarily, is active during the day and is not a disease carrier. Therefore, adulticide spraying is not performed. Residents are advised to practice the Four D’s to aid in preventing exposure: Drain, Dusk & Dawn, Dress, and Deet.
Education and Resources
Fight the Bite with the "Four Ds"
Protect yourself, your family and your pets. Practice the "Four Ds".
A typical backyard can open opportunities for mosquitoes to breed. Examine potential problem areas in your own backyard.
Fight the Bite Presentation
A detailed look at protection, prevention and steps the City takes to fight the mosquito population.