The fogging will be done by truck and will take place between dusk (approximately 7:20 p.m.) and 10 p.m., weather permitting.
In Discovery Bay, the area to be treated is bordered on the west by Bixler Road, Lakeshore Circle, Castle Rock Loop to Willow Lake Road and Marina Road with a line extending through Byron Tract to the Old River levee on the north; Willow Lake Road to Marina Road and Old River or the Contra Costa County border to California Delta Highway 4 on the east, and California Delta Highway 4 on the south.
In Byron, the area to be treated is bordered on the west by Byron Highway (J4); California State Highway 4 on the north; Bixler Road and a line extending from the southern end of Newport Drive (along Kellogg Creek) to Camino Diablo Road on the east and Camino Diablo from the eastern end to Byron Highway (J4) on the south.
No action is necessary by the public. All products used are registered with the Environmental Protection Agency for the treatment of adult mosquitos, and applied by trained and certified vector-control technicians.