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Mosquito Control
Mission
To control mosquitoes and promote well being for Charlton County citizens and tourists by utilizing modern mosquito control techniques. 

Spraying Zones

Zone 1 -  Camp Pinckney Drive area through Pinehurst Subdivision, on the south side of highway 40 to Pinewood Street, and all schools

Zone 2 - Pinewood Street to Mary Bethune; from the Courthouse Complex south on Third Street to highway US 1, From highway US
1 along Indian Trail to highway 252, between highway 252 to Kingsland Drive south through Mary Street, Kenyon Brown, Mt. Carmel Street, Maynor Street, Laura Street and Milton Street to Pine View Cemetery

Zone 3 - All of the City of Homeland, Nature Trail Estates and all schools.

Zone 4 - Truck 1 - From highway 121 at the Okefenokee Swamp Entrance, down Tracey's Ferry Road, Traders Hill Landing, The Hill Subdivision, across to Maddox Road, Spanish Creek Road, Gibson Post Road
Truck 2 - Altman Road, Paxton Road, through Dixie Lake to Old Dixie Highway

Zone 5 - Indian Trail north on highway 252, Spring Lake Subdivision, Forest Lake, Stokes Lake, River Road to the Brantley County line, down Newell Road

Zone 6 - Winokur Community north to the Brantley County Line, from Winokur Community up Crews Community Road to highway US 1, from the Ware County Line through the Racepond Community back to Grace Chapel Road, Spanish Creek, and Old Dixie Highway

Zone 7 - Starting at the Okefenokee Swamp Entrance south on highway 121 to St. George

Zone 8 - From St. George to the Community of Moniac and the Georgia Bend Community

Mosquito Spraying will start on April 29, 2014 and run through the summer months. There are no set days for each zone due to the possibility of inclement weather. Each area will be sprayed twice a month from the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Monday thru Thursday.

Picture of Mosquito