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Mosquito Spraying

Morris County Mosquito Control, along with the Borough of Lincoln Park, spray  the areas along rivers and marshes for larval mosquitoes.  Off road vehicles have also been used to get into forested areas where and when mosquito counts are high.  

DPW  Spraying Schedule

The DPW will be mosquito spraying on or about July 25, 2017

Morris County Mosquito Commission Notice:
Notice 6-8-17
Notice 5-3-17

To report mosquito issues contact:
Morris County Mosquito Commission 
Phone :973-285-6450

Whereas most New Jersey towns rely exclusively on County resources for mosquito control, Lincoln Park remains one of the few municipalities in the state that provides its own spraying program for residents.  
To view the current notices from the county  click here.
Keep in mind that there are very strict regulations that we must follow regarding spraying.  Things such as wind speed, wind direction, precipitation and temperature all factor into whether or not spraying may be performed on any given day. 

You can help by eliminating  standing water. Check the following in your yard:

        Roof gutters and rain barrels. Boats and birdbaths. Cans, bottles, and plastic bags. Flower pots and vases.
Unused swimming and wading pools. Wheelbarrows and mortar tubs. Ornamental pools and fountains
Cellars and crawl spaces. Old tires and tire ruts.
Drain or dump once a week!!  
Mosquitoes breed only in water and  must have water for at least 7 days to complete their development.

Borough of Lincoln Park
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The Morris County Division of Mosquito Control
The Morris County Division of Mosquito Control, founded in 1928 as the Morris County Mosquito Commission, has the goal of reducing the number of nuisance and disease transmitting mosquitoes within the county. The Division employs a number of techniques to provide this service to residents with minimal impact on the environment.

1) Water Management - The Division carries out extensive efforts to remove blockages from Morris County waterways, and to maintain drainage systems as needed. 

2) Larval Control - Mosquitoes all start out in water as larvae, or "wrigglers".  We choose products that are specific for mosquitoes and have minimal or no effect on other organisms in the aquatic environment. Locations receive treatment only when surveys show that large numbers of mosquitoes are a threat to populated regions. These products applied by hand crews, by all terrain vehicles, or by helicopter. Larval habitats are treated only when larvae are present

3) Adult Control - Although this is the most visible aspect of mosquito control, we consider this to be a last resort. We try to stop mosquitoes before they are out and flying around. When adult control is needed because of a severe mosquito infestation, we generally use truck mounted sprayers that apply 1/2 - 1 ounce of material per acre. Homeowners can help control mosquitoes by making sure they do not have containers around the home that hold water. Buckets, gutters, birdbaths, toys, tarpaulins and anything else that can contain water should be emptied or removed from the yard. Do not dispose of leaves and grass clippings in ditches, streams or catch basins. Make sure your screens are in good repair and consider moving inside during periods of high mosquito activity (early evening and early morning)

Where can I find more specific information on mosquito spraying in Morris County, and how will I be notified of the spaying?
Call the Morris County Division of Mosquito Control at 973-285-6450
Visit the website at

Pesticide Information

Duet Dual-ActionAdulticide
Etofenprox Adulticide