The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District is an independent, non-enterprise, special district governed by California Mosquito and Vector Control Law and a seven-member Board of Trustees. Trustees are appointed by the city and town councils and the board of supervisors in Placer County. The District is publicly funded and has monthly board meetings that are open to the public. For the most current board meeting schedule or for additional information, please contact the District toll-free at (888) 768-2343.
The District provides year-round services to the residents of Placer County. District technicians promptly respond to requests for service and on-site inspections and provide information about vectors including but not limited to mosquitoes, ticks, yellowjackets and rats.
Placer County’s rich, diverse landscape, from the bright city lights of the valley floor to the rolling foothills to the magnificent snow-capped mountains of the Sierra Nevada, appeals to people from all walks of life. This landscape also provides attractive habitat for a wide variety of mosquitoes and other vectors including ticks and yellowjackets.
“To effectively and efficiently manage the risks from vectors and vector-borne disease in order to protect public health and quality of life in Placer County.”
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The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District is a proud member of the following organizations:
- Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California
- American Mosquito Control Association
- California Special Districts Association – to view a map of California special districts, go here.