The Board meets at our District headquarters on the second Friday of each month at 7:00am. The public is always invited and encouraged to attend District Board Meetings.
The District is governed by a 24 member board of trustees, consisting of an appointed representative from each city plus the county of Los Angeles.
The District is staffed by twenty-seven full-time employees. During the warmer months when mosquitoes are most active (generally from April - October), the District hires extra-help employees who assist our full-time staff.
Our mission is to support public health through the suppression of vector populations to reduce outbreaks of human diseases and public nuisances and increase the quality of life for the residents of the District.
The District incorporates an integrated vector management (IVM) program comprised of several key elements to protect public health:
Public notices are posted here as they become available.
The District's principle methods of managing populations of mosquitoes are preventive; removing sources of standing water and educating our residents both are very helpful in protecting public health…
When the risk for human disease reaches a specific threshold because the population of vectors is sufficiently high, pesticides may be applied on a large scale. These treatments are made with a truck-…