Trap counts have hit the high mark, according to a City of Winnipeg mosquito control update.
Fogging will start in areas of the city on Sunday evening as part of nuisance mosquito control.
The areas include:
Kilcona Park, River East, Springfield North, ValhallaKildonan Drive, Rossmere AEaglemere, Grassie, McLeod Industrial, North Transcona Yards, Springfield South, Valley GardensMunroe West, Rossmere BChalmers, GlenelmEast Elmwood, Kildonan Crossing, Munroe East, Talbot Grey, Tyne TeesGriffin, Meadows, Peguis, Radisson, Regent, Victoria WestCantebury Park, Kern Park, Kildare Redonda, Transcona NorthDugald, Melrose, Mission Gardens, Transcona South, Transcona Yards, St. Boniface Industrial ParkInkster – Faraday, Luxton, St. John’s, St. John’s ParkGarden City, Leila – McPhillips Triangle, Margaret Park, Templeton – SinclairJefferson, Kildonan Park, Seven Oaks) (Amber Trails, Leila North, Riverbend, Rivergrove, Rosser – Old Kildonan, West Kildonan Industrial
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People can be put on a 90-metre buffer zone list if they don’t want their properties fogged.
Residents have until tomorrow to email or visit the city’s website to be added to the buffer zone list.
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