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Tests on mosquitoes conducted weekly by the Williamson County and Cities Health District in the Robinson Park area for the first time were positive for West Nile Virus last week. WCCHD informed the City of Taylor on Thursday, November 9 of the test result. City staff immediately began efforts to inform the public. Spraying to kill the mosquitoes begins on Monday night, November 13, in cooperation with WCCHD. Door hangers will be placed by city staff on Monday during the day with the following precautionary information.
The contractor will spray a one-half mile radius around the park between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. for three consecutive nights, weather permitting.
Although the mosquito control poses no significant health risk, the public in the region around Robinson Park is advised to take the following precautions to reduce the risk of reactions to the spray:
Please call 512-248-7648 with any questions.