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About San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District

The San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District (SGVMVCD) is a public health agency formed under the authority of the California State Health & Safety Code. The District's mission is to provide the highest level of protection against vectors and vector-borne diseases in San Gabriel Valley.

Read more: https://www.sgvmosquito.org/overview

SGVMVCD in numbers

Formation Date: 1989

Total Staff: 33 full-time staff

Population served: Nearly 2 million people

Cities Served: Twenty-six cities in the San Gabriel Valley, and some unincorporated portions of Los Angeles County

Geographic Size: 287 square miles, which is nearly the same size as New York City

West Nile virus statistics: https://www.sgvmosquito.org/west-nile-virus-activity 

Programs

Mosquito surveillance and abatement - https://www.sgvmosquito.org/surveillance

Black fly surveillance and abatement - https://www.sgvmosquito.org/operations

Swimming pool resolution - https://www.sgvmosquito.org/clean-pools-healthy-communities

General public education outreach (primarily events and presentations) - https://www.sgvmosquito.org/request-presentation-or-fair-attendance

EcoHealth Vector Education - Focused on student education -https://www.sgvmosquito.org/reserve-the-education-program-today

Resources

Photos and more information depending on the topic most relevant to you: https://www.sgvmosquito.org/resources