• 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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Due to the large volume of spray requests we are receiving, we may not be able to service all requests during the first week of spraying.  If we do not get to your neighborhood during the week of May 29th, your request will automatically roll over to the following week (week of June 4th).  You will not need to submit a new request. 

The request form for mosquito spraying is now available!  Our first official ULV spray will occur on Tuesday, May 29th, weather permitting. Temperatures must be above 60 degrees at time of spraying, and it cannot be raining.
We have disabled the “Check Water” option on our forms. At this point, mosquito larvae have likely hatched into adults which means there would be no larvae to treat in the water.  We will be monitoring rain events throughout the summer, and if a heavy rain event occurs where wetlands would likely re-flood, we will make the “Check Water” option available.
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144 Production Rd, Suite C

Walpole, MA 02081

Office: (781) 762-3681
Fax: (781) 769-6436