April 19, 2017: Our Spring Aerial Application will occur during the week of April 24-28, 2017. You may see low flying helicopters over larger wetlands near your home. To see if you are near one of these wetlands, please click here for a link to our targeted wetland map.
April 18, 2017: Update on Exclusion Process: Online form is now available!! Click here for the exclusion form. For any questions about the new process, please contact Juan Carlos Gutierrez at (617) 626-1723 or email at Juan.Gutierrez@state.ma.us
April 11, 2017: We are suspending the used tire pick-ups from Thursday, April 20, 2017 until Monday May 1, 2017 in order to prepare for our Spring Aerial Larvicide. You may still make a request, however the earliest your tires will be picked up will be on April 27th. Thank you!
We are now accepting requests for treatment of standing water.
- 2017 Spring Aerial Application Legal Notice
- 2016 Town Annual Reports
- Massachusetts Mosquito Borne Disease Isolations. – MA Department of Public Health
- The Worlds Deadliest. Interesting Facebook Page with mosquito facts and latest news. Also check out their main website.
- 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.
- 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