Welcome to our website. We've assembled a large amount of information here, but if you have any questions that aren't answered by browsing this site, please don't hesitate to contact us.
News & Updates
Follow this link to get the latest news on matters affecting residents of the
San Gabriel Valley.
Get News Updates and Notifications by Email:
Text the word MOSQUITO to 42828 or use the QR code below.
Mosquitoes LOVE to lay their eggs in old tires. Help us break the mosquito life
cycle. Join us at the next FREE Tire Recycling Event on September 21st in
the City of Duarte:
English Flyer / Spanish Flyer
Asian Tiger Mosquito News
West Nile Virus Updates
About the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District. Includes contact information, a map of the district, meeting minutes and more.
What is Vector Control?
Learn what vector control is and why it's important.
Vectors of Concern
Information about some of the vectors that can pose a health hazard to communities.
How we keep watch on the spread of disease.
Knowledge is power! Learn what we do and why we are actively working to protect
Check out our New Citizen Science Project!
Join Calvin and his family in their quest to find the Asian tiger mosquito!
Resources for Teachers
Find out how we can help in the classroom, with workbooks, color pictures, cut-out bugs and more.
This section is just for kids and filled with fun stuff like our 'Critter Chats Newsletter', activities you can print out and play with, and more!
Links to Related Sites
A categorized list of websites that you might find useful.
The District has filed for a Statewide National Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System (NPDES) Permit for Biological and Residual Pesticide Discharges to Waters
of the United States from Vector Control Applications. A copy of the permit
application as well as referenced documents are below:
Notice to Interested Parties
NPDES Permit & NOI
Monitoring Plan for Mosquito Larvicides and Adulticides
Management Practices for Mosquito Control in California
Mosquito-Borne Virus Surveillance & Response Plan
For More information, please visit the
State Water Resources Control Board NPDES page.