New Technology Details Brevard County Mosquito Control Spray Schedule and Map

By  //  July 9, 2017

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Citizens can zoom into exact locations

The Brevard County Information Technology department partnered with the Natural Resources department to develop a mapping application that displays where Mosquito Control is scheduled to spray next, and what method of spraying they will use.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Information Technology department partnered with the Natural Resources department to develop a mapping application that displays where Mosquito Control is scheduled to spray next, and what method of spraying they will use.

Citizens can zoom into exact locations they are interested in and find out the last time it was sprayed or when it is scheduled next.

The Mosquito Control GIS Map and Schedule replaces the old spray map and schedule system and is available to citizens on their desktop computer or mobile devices.

Through the existing BOCC GIS enterprise licensing, the updated GIS app for mosquito control can maintain the schedule
with one person and make updates in real-time.

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Before, the mosquito control spray schedule and map were separate, and involved at least three people in two departments to update and publish the schedule.

A consolidated, streamlined workflow was created to help county employees manage the spray schedule process and make information easier for the public to access.

CLICK HERE to check out the new schedule and map app.

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