Oct. 3 update --
CALHOUN COUNTY, MI, October 3, 2019 – Calhoun County aerial treatment originally scheduled (Zone 4-1) for October 2, 2019, postponed due to rain, is now scheduled for tonight, October 3, 2019 (weather permitting). In addition, a small portion of Southeast Calhoun County (Zone 4-2) is scheduled as a weather alternative for tonight, October 3, 2019. As of today, residents in Zones 4-3 and 4-4 should be prepared for treatment on or after Friday, October 4, 2019. Any aerial treatment updates provided to us by the State will be shared as soon as they are received.
For more information, visit www.michigan.gov/eee or on Facebook CCPublicHealthDepartment.
Previous information --
Please click the links below to see details about an aerial spray to kill mosquitoes that may carry the EEE virus, currently affecting Michigan and other states.
The state will spray areas over 14 counties, including Calhoun, starting in the evening and overnight hours of Sunday, Sept. 29. The start date may change due to weather, and weather factors will impact how long it will take to complete the spray.
We do not know for sure when spraying will take place over Calhoun County specifically, but the map appears to show the entire city, and most of the surrounding municipalities.
Find more information at www.michigan.gov/eee. Calhoun County also has set up an informational phone hotline, 269-969-6852.
MDHHS press release on EEE and spray
EEE and spray FAQs
EEE FAQs en Español
EEE state aerial spray map
Calhoun County EEE aerial spray map