Due to a planned all day power outage, our office will be closed on Monday, September 19, 2016. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, September 20th.
Spray requests are no longer being accepted. The evening of Thursday, September 1st was the last planned spraying for the season. Spraying may still occur if any virus activity warrants such a response.
- Massachusetts Mosquito Borne Disease Isolations. – MA Department of Public Health
- Can bats really eat 1,000 mosquitoes per hour?
- New study on neonicotinoids and bees
- Study shows mosquito pesticides do not cause honeybee mortality
- A short informational video on how to keep mosquitoes out of your home and yard
- Zika Virus information Zika Virus – CDC. Especially relevant if you plan to travel outside the U.S.
- You can also contact The Massachusetts Department of Public Health regarding Zika Virus concerns. For further information regarding Zika go to: http://www.mass.gov/dph/zika. or call (617) 983-6800.
- 2015 Town annual reports
- Used tires left out in the open are sources of mosquito breeding. Recycle them for free! Schedule a pick up with us!
- An America without mosquito control, read here
- EPA Mosquito Control Guide
- Learn more about the products we use!
- Mosquito Awareness Week- YouTube Playlist
- Risk of disease from mosquito and tick bites
- Although we do not offer tick control, here are some suggestions to reduce the chances of contracting a tickborne disease
- Need help or information on ticks, bed bugs, and head lice? Visit IdentifyUs
- Find documents related to the Children and Families Protection Act