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Vector Control’s Mission is to detect and minimize vector-borne diseases, to abate mosquitoes, and to assist the public in resolving problems with rodents, wildlife, and insects of medical significance.

What’s a vector?

A vector can be a mosquito, a rat, a flea, a tick, any animal or insect that can transmit disease or cause harm to humans.

What exactly is Vector Control?

The Santa Clara County Vector Control District is a County public health program that controls and monitors disease-carrying insects such as mosquitoes and ticks, and other harmful pests such as yellow jackets and rats. Primary services include:

  • Detection of the presence/prevalence of vector borne disease through planned tests, surveys, and sampling
  • Inspection and treatment of known mosquito and rodent sources
  • Response to customer initiated service requests for identification, advisory, and/or control measures for mosquitoes, rodents, wildlife, and miscellaneous invertebrates (ticks, yellow jackets, cockroaches, fleas, etc.)
  • Promotion of public awareness through outreach and educational services

Services​

Our programs and services are provided free of charge to all residents of the Santa Clara County.

  • Mosquito Inspection and Control
  • Free delivery of mosquito fish
  • Inspection & Advice for Rats and Mice
  • Insect Identification
  • Wildlife Advice and Inspection
  • Community Education

NOTICE

January 2015


The SCCVCD invites you to comment on the Vector Control District’s Draft Environmental Evaluation Report (EER).
 
THE ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATION REPORT
The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Vector Control District’s current operations and activities and their potential impact on the environment.
 
WHERE DO I GET MORE INFORMATION? 
A copy of the draft EER and background information could be found here.
 
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE?
Residents can submit written comments through February 28, 2015, to vectorinfo@deh.sccgov.org or attend the last of the scheduled public meetings:

February 11, 2015
9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Campbell Community Center 
Roosevelt Room #80
1 W. Campbell Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008