Our Services

SERVICE REQUEST

Our services include:

  • Yard Inspection​s

  • Standing water treatments (green pools, ponds, water troughs, etc.)

  • Mosquito Surveillance- Trapping & Disease Testing

  • Dead bird pick-up & Disease Testing

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EDUCATION & OUTREACH

Are you interested in learning more about mosquito safety and control? 

We are available to provide educational seminars.

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Who We Are

We are a California government public health service agency formed under the authority of the California State Health and Safety Code. The Fresno Mosquito and Vector Control District is a property-tax supported special district created in 1942 to control mosquitoes in a part of the City of Fresno and in Fresno County. The District also includes the City of Kerman, the communities of Biola, Calwa, Malaga and Easton. The mission of the District is to suppress populations of mosquitoes and other vectors of human disease-carrying potential, and reducing annoyance levels below generally acceptable thresholds.

Learn more about Special Districts: https://www.districtsmakethedifference.org/

Contact Us

2338 E. Mckinley Avenue

Fresno, CA 93703

office@fresnomosquito.org

Tel: 559-268-6565

Fax: 559- 268- 8918

Office hours:  MONDAY – FRIDAY

7:30AM TO 4:00PM

 Closed on Weekends & Major Holidays.

 

District Goals

GOAL 1:    To stress vector prevention through public education and to hold producers of mosquitoes and other vectors responsible for                     their production.

GOAL 2:    To develop and maintain monitoring programs for vectors and the diseases they transmit, and to maintain an accurate                             record keeping system.

GOAL 3:    To use environmentally sensitive control methodologies which assure effective, efficient, and economical vector control.

GOAL 4:    To conduct program planning and review of program procedures, equipment, and techniques to maintain effective quality                       assurance.

 

GOAL 5:    To enhance employee professional development, personal productivity, and safety.

GOAL 6:    To cooperate with other agencies, within the limits of available time and resources, to maximize public benefit.