Mosquito control is a shared responsibility by everyone
Submitting a Tip? What You Need to Know
Preventing mosquito-borne disease requires joint commitment by public health agencies and by you, the resident. A healthier community is made possible only when everyone shares the responsibility of mosquito control.
What We Cover
The San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District provides services for
2. Biting Black Flies
Bees? - Please contact your city or the LA County Agricultural Commissioner of Weights and Measures – (626) 575-5471 or their Bee Hotline at 1-800-BEE-WARY (1-800-233-9279). You may also contact a local beekeeper.
Rodents? - Please contact LA County Department of Health Services, Vector Management Program – (626) 430-5461. For Pasadena residents, contact the Pasadena Citizen Service Center at (626) 744-7311.
Where Tips Go
The information you provide will be used for the sole purpose of directing resources in the fight against mosquito-borne diseases.
How Tips are Handled
Know that the tip you submit may result in an investigation or action on someone else's private property. Personal information will remain confidential and will not be made public or shared with any other party as permitted by law. The District may contact you for further information, but will not provide further updates or details regarding the case.
Commit to long-term solutions to keep mosquitoes out of your property. Study shows that high level of participation from residents results in more bite-free neighborhoods. If necessary, the District may provide temporary larval control while residents work on permanent solutions to eliminate the mosquito habitat.
Let's Submit a Tip
This agency services 26 cities and parts of unincorporated Los Angeles County. Not sure who serves you? Locate the district serving your area by visiting www.SoCalMosquito.org.
If the link doesn't work, you can copy/paste the following URL into your browser: https://sangabrielvalley.leateamapps.com/public-service-request.html
Confidential reporting: The information you provide will be used for the sole purpose of directing resources in the fight against mosquito-borne diseases. Personal information will remain confidential and will not be made public or shared with any other party as permitted by law.