City health officials decided to spray four portions of Richardson after mosquitoes tested positive for the West Nile virus, according to a city release. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The Richardson Health Department plans to spray for mosquitoes in four sections of the city after traps tested positive for West Nile virus.Workers will spray between 9 p.m. and 4:30 a.m. Sept. 8-9 in each of the areas. One spray area will be from Coit Road east to Cottonwood Creek between Arapaho Road to the north and Spring Valley Road to the south. The next two spray areas will be within the northeast panhandle section of the city from Shiloh Road east to Rowlett Creek and then from that creek east to Murphy Road. The other spray area will be from Bowser Road to the west and Jupiter Road to the east between Apollo Road to the north and Buckingham Road to the south.

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