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The Williston Vector Control District has been conducting larvicide treatments since mid-May and adulticide treatments since mid-June to help keep the mosquito population at a tolerable level. However, increased moisture over the past few weeks, among other factors, has contributed to above-average populations in Williston. In response to this increase, the Williston Vector Control District...

About the Calendar The Treatment Calendar is provided as a complement to the public awareness Spray Notices issued by Williston Vector Control. The calendar will be updated to reflect actual treatment dates once they are determined. All treatments begin near sunset.

July 6, 2022

For more information, please read the Spray Notice.

July 14, 2022

This event will be updated with exact spray blocks once they are determined.

July 21, 2022

This event will be updated with exact spray blocks once they are determined.

July 11, 2022

This event will be updated with exact spray block information once it is determined.

July 18, 2022

This event will be updated with exact spray block information once it is determined.

The Williston Vector Control District is tentatively scheduled to conduct ground and aerial adulticide treatments for Williston spray blocks 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8 on Wednesday, July 6. Treatment will take place near sunset, weather and conditions permitting. Citizens are reminded to please stay at least 300 feet back from Vector Control vehicles...

The Williston Vector Control District is tentatively scheduled to conduct the following aerial adulticide treatments: Thursday, June 30: the Epping, Grenora, and Ray spray blocks Friday, July 1: All spray blocks in the City of Williston and the Trenton spray block (updated 6/30 to include Trenton) All treatments will take place near sunset, weather and...

UPDATE 6/29 @ 8:00 pm Due to unfavorable conditions, tonight's ground adulticide treatment for spray blocks 1 - 4 in the City of Williston has been canceled. The previously scheduled aerial adulticide treatments for Thursday, June 30, (Epping, Grenora, and Ray) and for Friday, July 1 (all Williston area spray blocks) will still be attempted,...

Effective immediately, CR 23, 102nd Ave NW, from Hwy 2 south 1 mile, and CR 15 (119th Ave NW), from Hwy 2 south 2 miles, are open for travel. Please be aware construction is still ongoing so please drive with care and watch out for workers in the area.

UPDATE 6/26 @ 6 pm Williston Vector Control will conduct aerial adulticide treatments this evening (6/26) near sunset for spray blocks 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8 in the City of Williston, weather and conditions permitting. ----------------------------- UPDATE 6/25 @ 5 pm Due to unfavorable conditions, tonight's aerial adulticide treatment for spray blocks 2, 3,...

EFFECTIVE 9:00AM (CST), 6/22/2022 – THE 7 TON AXLE WEIGHT RESTRICTION NORTH OF STATE HWY 2 (64TH ST NW) WILL BE LIFTED AND RESTRICTIONS WILL GO BACK TO THE NORMAL POSTED RESTRICTIONS.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ON RESTRICTIONS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE, WILLIAMSND.COM, AND GO TO THE COUNTY WEIGHT RESTRICTION MAP.   For more...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 21, 2022 For more information, contact: Williams County Sheriff’s Office 701-577-7700 sheriff@co.williams.nd.us   Williston, N.D., (June 21, 2022) - The Williams County Sheriff’s Office received a call on June 19, 2022, regarding an incident involving a shooting in rural Williams County. Upon arrival on the scene, Deputies found that Leslie Anne...

UPDATE 6/17/2022 @ 12 pm: Aerial and ground treatments for Williston, Ray, Grenora, Epping, and Trenton were successfully completed last night as planned! However, due to forecasted winds and conditions for the weekend, it is unlikely Williston Vector Control will be able to conduct additional treatments through Sunday. Vector Control will continue to monitor trap...

Updated June 16th, 2022.

EFFECTIVE 10:00AM (CST), THIS MORNING – THE 7 TON AXLE WEIGHT RESTRICTION WILL BE LIFTED AND RESTRICTIONS WILL GO BACK TO THE NORMAL POSTED RESTRICTIONS.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ON RESTRICTIONS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE, WILLIAMSND.COM, AND GO TO THE COUNTY WEIGHT RESTRICTION MAP.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 15, 2022 For more information, contact: Lindsey Harriman Williams County Communications Department Phone: 701-577-4557 (office) lindseyh@co.williams.nd.us   Williams County Parks launches online reservations for campsites at Blacktail Dam; Kota Ray Dam and Epping/Springbrook Dam coming soon   Williston, N.D., (June 15, 2022) – Following the release of an online reservation system...

The Williston Vector Control District is tentatively scheduled to conduct ground adulticide treatments for spray blocks 1 - 6 in Williston on Saturday, June 11th, beginning at approximately 10 pm. Please keep a distance of at least 300 ft while the trucks are spraying. Treatment will take place weather and conditions permitting. For more information...

UPDATE 6/28: CR 23 (102nd Ave NW), from Hwy 2 south 1 mile to 63rd St NW, is now open for travel. Construction is still ongoing, so please drive with care and watch out for workers in the area. EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, 6/9/2022, WILLIAMS COUNTY HIGHWAY WILL BE CLOSING CR 23 (102ND AVE NW) FROM HWY...

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