The City of Fort Collins will continue spraying for mosquitoes. Last night the City Council approved several changes to the city’s West Nile Virus Management Plan, including setting the criteria for spraying.
Eeek. According to NoCO5, "The presence of West Nile Virus in Culex mosquitoes, the type of mosquitoes that can carry the virus, has nearly quadrupled since last week."
This means you're at a higher risk of contracting the virus and the City of Fort Collins may start spraying to control the mosquitoes population and spread of the virus.
I had graduated high school before West Nile virus was found in the United States, but now we have headlines about the virus popping up every summer. And, according to the Coloradoan, Larimer County's first case has already been confirmed (A month earlier than "normal").