Yellow Fever Mosquito Found in San Mateo County - Click Here.

In 2014 to date, nineteen dead birds in San Mateo County has tested positive for WNV.

To view the most current list of WNV detections - Click Here.

Press Release 10/16/14 Click Here.

Press Release 9/17/14 Click Here.

Press Release 9/5/14 Click Here.

Press Release 8/29/14 Click Here.

Press Release 8/20/14 Click Here.

Press Release 8/8/14 Click Here.

Press Release 7/28/14 Click Here.

Press Release 7/25/14 Click Here.

To view previous press releases - Click Here.

For more info on West Nile virus - Click Here.

To report a dead bird or squirrel - Click Here.

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Welcome to San Mateo County
Mosquito and Vector Control District

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An Independent Special District Working For You!

In San Mateo County, we pride ourselves on using an integrated mosquito and vector management system. The theory behind an integrated approach is to utilize multiple surveillance tools, take a preventative approach, and use targeted control measures to control mosquitoes in their larval stages.

San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District offices will be closed on Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th in observance of Thanksgiving. We will re-open on Monday, December 1st, at 8am.

Please pardon our progress! San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District is in the process of building a new website, which we expect to launch in January 2015. We look forward to sharing even more information with you in the near future.