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What chemicals are used by Mosquito Control?

The current chemicals used to control adult mosquitoes are Biomist and...

Are mosquito control pesticides safe?

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has regulated mosquito control through enforcement of...

There is a boat beached on the shore. Who do I call?

Please call Public Safety at 9-1-1.

How do I have bees removed from my property?

Please call the UF/IFAS Cooperative Extension Office at 772-462-1660.

What does Mosquito Control do?

The St. Lucie County Mosquito Control District (MCD) inspects, monitors, traps and abates...

Where can I find more information about Mosquito Control?

Page TitleClick here for an Interactive Mosquito Fogging Map that shows what areas are scheduled for...

Where do Zika mosquitoes come from?

The Aedes Aegypti and Aedes Albopictus mosquitoes that are suspected of carrying the Zika virus have...

What precautions should I take with regards to the pesticides used by mosquito control?

The Mosquito Control District informs the public when fog trucks will spray on its web site at...

I have questions about Zika and its potential for causing birth defects. Who can help me?

The Florida Department of Health is the lead agency in addressing the Zika public health emergency....

I would like to report damage or erosion to beachfront sand dunes. Who should I contact?

For erosion and beach damage questions and notifications, you may call the County's Coastal...

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