5024 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117
817-222-7700

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City Facilities will be closed Monday, May 28th in observance of Memorial Day

Public Works

4200 Hollis St.
Haltom City, TX  76117

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 8AM-4:30PM

Contact Information

Information 817-834-9036
After Hours Emergencies 817-222-7000
Fax 817-831-7855

Public Works - News & Events

News and events out of the Haltom City Public Works Department are listed here.


2nd Postive WNV Sample

Spraying Scheduled for July 24-26, Weather Permitting

haltom city mosquito spray zone july 24 26 2017Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) has confirmed the presence of West Nile Virus (WNV) in a mosquito sample collected in the following area within the City of Haltom City: Estes Park Rd. and Bent Creek Dr. A prior WNV sample was detected at Saucer Dr. and Old Denton Rd. on July 7, 2017.

Weather permitting (wind speeds must be under 10 mph), Haltom City will spray the location and surrounding area indicated in the two maps to the left and right on Monday, July 24th, 2017. Ground spraying will start at 9:00 p.m. and conclude by 5:00 a.m. the following morning.  If spray conditions are favorable the City will spray the area again on July 25th and July 26th.

haltom city mosquito spray zone july 24 26 2017 2 Haltom City reminds residents of the importance of taking personal protective measures to safeguard against the West Nile Virus. Residents should routinely dump standing water on their property, use repellent and cover their extremities from dusk to dawn. Haltom City has compiled a list of ways You Can Protect Yourself from mosquito-borne illnesses.

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Help Control Mosquito Population

mosquito2Warmer weather means the return of mosquitoes, and controlling the mosquito population requires your help.

Mosquito larvae must live in still water for five or more days to complete their growth before changing into adult biting mosquitoes capable of transmitting disease. Often, the number of mosquitoes in an area can be reduced by removing sources of standing water around residences. For example, hundreds of mosquitoes can come from a single discarded tire and thousands can come from stagnate swimming pools. If you’ll do your part the City of Haltom City will do its part in doing everything to help control mosquitoes in the city limits.

Notify the City about standing water and dead birds by calling 817 834-9036 or emailing Tom Belloma, Environmental Services Manager. For additional information about mosquitoes and information concerning the West Nile Virus please read this information.

You may also find this information useful:

CDC West Nile Info Site
Tarrant County West Nile Info Site
Tarrant County Zika Info Site
Tarrant County Interactive West Nile Virus Map

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Positive WNV Sample - Sept 16

haltom city spray map west nile virus september 19 2016Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) has once again confirmed the presence of West Nile Virus (WNV) in a mosquito sample collected in the following area within the City of Haltom City: Diamond Oaks Drive South.

Weather permitting (wind speeds must be under 10 mph), Haltom City will spray the location the week of Monday, September 19th, 2016. Ground spraying will start at 9:00 p.m. and conclude by 5:00 a.m. the following morning. If spray conditions are favorable the City will spray the area at least twice during the week.

Haltom City reminds residents of the importance of taking personal protective measures to safeguard against the West Nile Virus. Residents should routinely dump standing water on their property, use repellent and cover their extremities from dust to dawn. Haltom City has compiled a list of ways you can protect yourself from mosquito-borne illnesses.

Click the image at right for a visual map of the zones that will be sprayed on the dates listed above.

 

 

 

 

 

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New WNV Sample Detected

mosquito preventionTarrant County Public Health (TCPH) has once again confirmed the presence of West Nile Virus (WNV) in a mosquito sample collected from Diamond Oaks Drive South area within the City of Haltom City.

 Haltom City reminds residents of the importance of taking personal protective measures to safeguard against the West Nile Virus. Residents should routinely dump standing water on their property, use repellent and cover their extremities from dust to dawn. Haltom City has compiled a list of ways You Can Protect Yourself from mosquito-born illnesses.

The zone to be sprayed during the week of July 25-29, weather permitting, can be seen below.

  haltom city spray zone wnv july 25 29 2016

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