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City of Coppell Works with Dallas County on Scheduled Mosquito Spraying in Response to Positive West Nile Virus Samples

The City of Coppell has received notification confirming the presence of West Nile Virus (WNV) in four mosquito traps within the city. One trap is located in the 1106 block of Bethel School Rd., one at the 455 block of Cambria Dr., one at the 355 block of Alex Dr. and the final trap is located at the 418 block of Copperstone Trail. Dallas County Health and Human Services will conduct targeted spraying in the affected areas between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. tonight, September 14 and Tuesday, September 15, weather permitting.

Spraying will occur in the areas shown as Route 1, 3, 4 and 5 on the map here​.

Route 1 is enclosed by E. Sandy Lake Rd. to the north, Elm Fork Trinity River to the east, E. Belt Line Rd. to the south, and Creekside Ln./Springoak Ln./Falcon Ln./Mockingbird Ln. to the west.

Route 3 is enclosed by E. Sandy Lake Rd. to the north, Creekside Ln./Springoak Ln./Falcon Ln./Mockingbird Ln. to the east, E. Belt Line Rd./Meadowcreek Rd. to the south, and Oakcrest Ln./S. Heartz Rd. to the west.

Route 4 is enclosed by SH 121 Service Road to the north, Philips Dr./N. Moore Rd. to the east, E. Sandy Lake Rd. to the south, and N. Denton Tap Rd. to the west.

Route 5 is enclosed by SH 121 and Coppell Greens to the north, Denton Tap Rd. to the east, Hailfax Dr. to the south, and Freeport Pkwy./N. Coppell Rd./SH 121 to the west.

If spraying is not possible on these days due to rain, crews will spray on the next available evenings. For more information, visit coppelltx.gov/mosquito.