Public Health Mosquito Control
Formed in 1919, the Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District is a special district charged with the mission “To protect the public’s health from vector-borne disease and nuisance, through a comprehensive mosquito and vector control program focused on innovation, experience and efficiency.” We serve 1,110 square miles of Shasta County including; Cottonwood, Anderson, Redding, Shasta Lake City, Palo Cedro, French Gulch, Igo, Ono, Shingletown, Castella, Millville, Viola and Bella Vista.
The Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District (SMVCD) is a public health agency. By utilizing the most efficient, reliable and scientifically sound mosquito and vector control techniques, SMVCD is able to reduce current mosquito and vector-borne disease issues while maintaining surveillance for future emerging diseases.What We Do
What we offer
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Check for updated adult mosquito control information; maps, times and the products being used.
Please fill out the online request form to report a mosquito problem, request mosquitofish, report a neglected pool, or request an insect ID.
The District uses several techniques to maximize their mosquito control efforts, including: physical control, biological control, and chemical control.
The District is governed by a board of five members appointed by each incorporated city and the county at-large. Find out about previous and upcoming meetings.