|August 26, 2010 - Following national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention protocol, Knox County Health Department will conduct follow up spraying of the Cedar Bluff area where West Nile Virus (WNV) was found in mosquitoes. Spraying is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 29 from 9 p.m. to midnight. Signs will be erected in the affected area to alert residents, who are asked to stay inside during spraying. Additional spraying will be necessary if the area tests positive again for WNV.
Mosquito spray trucks will be on these roads Sunday night:
Dutchtown Road from the east entrance to Christian Academy of Knoxville (including CAK, Dutchtown Harbor and Villas, and Manis Lane) to Blessed Way; all of Tallahassee and Cortez drives.
Sanders Road to Venice, including all of Ethan's Glen Subdivision
Venice Road east of Sanders Road, including Tampa and Suwannee Roads
All of Briarwood Drive and Laurel Hill Road south from Briarwood Drive; Briarwood Boulevard west of Chateaugay Road
All of Gulf Park Drive and all streets west of Pensacola Road, including Mobile and Sarasota drives and Galveston Road
Cedar Bluff Primary, Intermediate and Middle schools