Mosquito Control Program

Horry County residents and visitors are concerned about recent reports
about mosquito-borne illness.

For specific information about mosquito-borne illness, please visit the Centers for Disease Control.
For specifics about the Zika virus, please visit this CDC page.

Horry County believes that the best way its residents can protect themselves is by reducing breeding sources. Breeding sources for Zika and related mosquito-borne illnesses are
primarily water-filled containers left around homes and businesses. Tipping and tossing water-filled containers once a week can significantly reduce mosquito populations.

 For information on how to reduce breeding sources and ways for residents and visitors to reduce their exposure to mosquitoes, visit this SC Department of Health and Environmental Control page.


Mosquito Spray Update:
Aerial spraying is not currently scheduled. When aerial spraying is scheduled, the interactive map to the left shows the target spray area outlined in red.  Ground spraying is conducted as needed from  7-11 PM Monday to Thursday.

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Educational Videos

Video education on various mosquito species and thier cycles and impacts.

Mosquito Control In Your Back Yard

Ways you can recapture your living space.

Beekeepers, Organic Farmers and
Special Needs No-sprays

Beehive mapping, Organic Farmers, and registration and information for who
may be sensitive to the chemicals for the purpose of Courtesy No-sprays.  


Chemical Application Information

Safety information, and how and how often it is applied

  Helpful Links for Mosquito Control

Links to professional organizations, public health information, and information about mosquitoes