Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District is a government public health service agency.          As a free service to the resident of Los Angeles County, our mission is to prevent human infection associated with mosquito-transmitted diseases. The district educates communities of Los Angeles             on preventative measures year-round. The district reminds residents to check their yard                                for any standing water, dump and drain any breeding sources, and use insect repellent                                  or long sleeve shirts to prevent mosquito bites.
While residents do their part to tackle the standing water around their homes,
vector control staff are in the field monitoring breeding sources
and controlling mosquito populations throughout the district.
For more information, visit the District’s website at: