Winnipeg’s mosquito fogging to continue Sunday night

Winnipeg’s mosquito fogging trucks will be deployed again Sunday night to finish several neighbourhoods that were missed Saturday night.

Areas missed Saturday night due to high winds will be done before Sunday’s schedule, city says

The City of Winnipeg will resume mosquito fogging Sunday night after Saturday's was interrupted by high winds. (Evans Caglage/The Associated Press)

Winnipeg’s mosquito fogging trucks will be deployed again Sunday night to finish several neighbourhoods that were missed Saturday night.

Saturday night fogging had to be suspended due to high winds overnight, according to city officials.

Sunday night, crews will tackle areas 15, 21, 22 and 34. When they’re finished those, they’ll move onto areas 4, 5, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 25, 31, 32 and 33.

Crews will be out between 9:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m.

Fogging schedule

Areas to be completed from July 19 scheduled fogging program

15

Niakwa Place, Southdale, Southland Park, Symington Yards, The Mint

21

Agassiz, Cloutier Drive, Fort Richmond, Montcalm, University

22

Fairfield Park, Richmond West, Waverley West, Waverley Heights, Bridgwater Centre, Bridgwater Forest, Bridgwater Lakes, Bridgwater Trails, South Pointe

34

Assiniboine Downs, Buchanan, Kirkfield, Glendale, Westwood

Areas to be treated upon completion of above areas

4

Munroe West, Rossmere B

5

Chalmers, Glenelm

10

North St. Boniface, Tissot, Central St. Boniface, Dufresne, Mission Industrial, Holden

13

Alpine Place, Elm Park, Lavalee, St. George, Varennes, Worthington

14

Kingston Crescent, Minnetonka, Norberry, Pulberry, Victoria Crescent

17

Maple Grove Park, Normand Park, River Park South, St. Vital Centre, Vista

18

St. Vital Perimeter South

25

Beaumont, Crescent Park, Maybank, Parker, Point Road, Wildwood

31

Crescentwood, North River Heights, Wellington Crescent

32

Earl Grey, Ebby Wentworth, Grant Park, McMillan, Rockwood, Roslyn

33

Lord Roberts, River - Osborne, Riverview

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