Updated March 26, 2020 – Our lobby is closed to visitors for an undetermined amount of time but we are continuing service requests/problem reports if they can be conducted without in-person public contact. A technician will call you within 48 hours once your request has been submitted to be sure they can access your property and mosquito breeding source without any in-person contact. Service requests can be submitted online or by phone. We will continue to monitor, assess and adjust our operations as conditions change. Read more.

February 2020 – There has been a spike in mosquito activity due to warm weather. The adult rice field mosquitoes, Anopheles freeborni, are aggressive biter and enter your home. These mosquitoes DO NOT carry West Nile virus. For more information, download our brochure on Anopheles.

August 28, 2019 – The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District detected an invasive (non-native) species of mosquito. The Aedes aegypti, commonly known as the yellow fever mosquito, was found in a residential south Placer County neighborhood east of Auburn Boulevard at Interstate 80. A second mosquito was detected on Wednesday, September 4. Additional detections have been identified in the same neighborhood. Read more.


INDICATORS Placer County* CA*
Humans (Fatal) 0 214
Dead Birds 3 226
Mosquito Samples 53 3288
Sentinel Chickens 8 139
Horses 0 15

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