• Welcome to NCMCD

    The NCMCD is governed at the state level by the State Reclamation and Mosquito Control Board (SRMCB) which is housed within the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (DAR).

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  • Water Management

    Ever wonder what we do during the winter? During the mosquito "off-season," we do what we can to eliminate potential mosquito breeding areas.

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  • GIS Mapping

    The Norfolk County Mosquito Control District utilizes Geographic Information System (GIS) to document and distribute information to the public about various aspects of our program.

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Mosquito populations are dwindling and mosquitoes are not active in cold weather, but until all mosquitoes are killed by freezing weather, there remains a risk of getting bitten on warmer fall days. It is important to still avoid mosquito bites during these times, especially for the elderly, to avoid the ongoing risk for getting West Nile Virus.

Ticks can be active anytime temperatures are above freezing. If you spend time outdoors in the fall, remain vigilant about avoiding ticks and checking for ticks on yourself and children after being outdoors. As long as ticks are active, there remains some risk of getting Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.

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