Mosquito Control Program

Drain and Cover Mosquito Poster

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Public Service Announcement! Click on the download link below!

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Seminole County Mosquito Control 101

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Mosquito-borne illnesses

Mosquitoes have the ability to pick up, carry, and transmit the agents that cause a specific disease. Many agents are viruses, including those causing the following (click “fact sheet” after each for more information):

* Zika (Fact Sheet) Click Here for Information from the Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory (FMEL) on Zika Virus / Click Here for Spanish version
* Chikungunya (Fact Sheet)
* West Nile Virus (Fact Sheet)
* Eastern Equine Encephalitis (Fact Sheet)
* Dengue (Fact Sheet)

Click Here for current FL Arbovirus Surveillance Report

Click Here for Seminole County Mosquito Control Disease Response Plan

For more information about mosquito-borne illnesses, visit the Department of Health's Environmental Health website by clicking here, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website here.

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The Seminole County Mosquito Control Program is a section of the Watershed Management Division out of the Public Works Department.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide environmentally safe, effective and economically responsible mosquito control for the residents of Seminole County. Seminole County Mosquito Control promotes cooperation and communication with property owners, residents, and other government agencies to help in these efforts.

Seminole County Mosquito Control conducts routine inspections and treats areas as needed based on weekly routes, as depicted in this map. All adult mosquito control measures are conducted after justified in accordance Florida Administrative Code 5E-13.036.

The map below shows streets and surrounding areas that will be treated by Ultra-Low Volume (ULV) spray trucks, weather permitting.

Scheduled Spray Zones are highlighted. Click on a highlighted zone to find more information.  Enter street address into map search box to find your Spray Zone.

Last daily update between 5pm - 6pm

Seminole County Larviciding Activity in Last 30 Days (updated weekly):

Contact Information

Customer Service

Address: 200 West County Home Road, Sanford, FL 32773
Phone: 407-665-5542
Fax: 407-665-5600
Email: mosquito@seminolecountyfl.gov