Mosquito Control

Service Categories
Mosquito Control has no subcategories

    Taxonomy Code: JP-6500.6500-500

    Programs that respond to mosquito control requests from the public, provide mosquito fish for background water sources such as fish ponds and unused swimming pools and plan and implement other measures for maintaining the mosquito population below the nuisance and disease transmission level.

    Navigation Tips [+/-]

    by distance from Zip Code:

    There are 4 matching records.
    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ARTHROPOD-BORNE DISEASE LABORATORYConducts surveillance of West Nile, Eastern Equine and Encephalitis Viruses and other mosquito born viruses. Monitors data of infection rates and mosquito populations throughout Suffolk County. Works with Vector Control in regard to mosquito control and viral response issues.SuffolkARTHROPOD-BORNE DISEASE LABORATORYSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTHResponsible for protecting the community from adverse health effects that may result from environmental pollution, unsanitary conditions or unsafe practices. Activities include backflow prevention, inspection and regulation of public beaches and swimming pools, information on beach openings and closings, inspections and monitoring of children's summer camps, demolition permits, monitors the quality of drinking water, conducts hearings on alleged violations of Public Health Laws, inspects food service establishments and investigates foodborne disease outbreaks, provides training for food service managers, responds to complaints regarding dog waste, garbage overflowing sewage and bird feeding, responds to heating complaints, regulates the removal or abandonment of fuel oil tanks, tests for lead exposure, investigates reports of animal bites and rodent complaints, inspects sewer connections/closures, controls the spread of mosquitoes, and inspects and provides sanitary control over motels and hotels. Call for more information.For recorded information on beach openings/closings in Nassau County call (516)227-9000.NassauDIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTHNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH-DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    DIVISION OF VECTOR CONTROLResponsible for the control of insect-borne diseases through water management and chemical and biological control.SuffolkDIVISION OF VECTOR CONTROLSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS-DIVISION OF VECTOR CONTROL
    SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKSThe Department of Public Works constructs, maintains and operates county properties and designs, constructs and maintains county roads, sewerage systems, buildings and other facilities, such as waterways, bridges, docks and marinas. In addition, the department is responsible for the operation of the Suffolk County Transit System as well as controlling mosquitoes that transmit disease and impact the enjoyment of outdoor activities.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKSSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

    Outline of Categories [+/-]

    Select a main category outline to be viewed: