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The spraying will take place in two local townships.
Two townships in Bucks County will be sprayed to control the amount of mosquitoes in the area, a preventive measure against diseases.
The Bucks County Department of Health’s West Nile Virus Mosquito Control Program is conducting an ultra-low volume (ULV) mosquito control operation in the Bristol and Falls Township areas.
“Treatment will be administered via truck-mounted equipment, spraying mosquito habitats in residential and park areas,” the agency said online. “Trucks used in the spray are identified by Bucks County seal logos placed on the doors.”
Treatments will take place in Bristol Township areas bounded by New Falls Road, Magnolia Drive and Levittown Parkway will be treated.
Treatments will take place in Falls Township areas bounded by North Oxford Valley Road, Austin Drive, South Olds Boulevard, South Queen Anne Drive and Trenton Road will be treated. Additionally, areas bounded by New Falls Road, Thornridge Drive, Timber Lane, Twig Lane, Timothy Lane, Bald Cypress Lane and Birch Drive will be treated.
Learn more at Bucks County Health Department.