West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District (WVMVCD) is a non-profit special district established to protect public health. The District serves over 600,000 people residing in 6 cities: Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, and surrounding county areas.
Habitat Modification for Vector Reduction
A certified vector control technician will suggest and may implement some habitat modifications to reduce the amount of vector breeding or attractiveness of an area.
Pre-Construction Vector Survey
A certified vector control technician will inspect the property prior to construction to ensure that vectors are not present and will not cause a problem in the construction going forward.
Larvicide & Pupacide Application
A State-licensed vector control technician will apply a larvicide (pesticide that affects larva) and/or a pupacide (pesticide that affects pupae) to a breeding source if it is the case that habitual modifications cannot be made.
Inspection for Rodents
A certified vector control technician inspects the property to find any rodents around the property. Typically, the technician will search the perimeter of the property (backyards, front yards, patios, etc.) looking for potential access points into the living structure.
Inspection of Swimming Pools
A certified vector control technician will inspect the pool and filtration system to ensure that the pool is not a current or potential source for mosquito breeding.
Inspection for Mosquitoes
A certified vector control technician will inspect the property to find any source of mosquito breeding. Typically, the technician will search the perimeter of the property (backyards, front yards, patios, etc.)
Honey Bee Hive Removal in Vegetation & Non-Structural Areas
During Non-Peak Mosquito Season, a licensed vector control technician will come to the property to remove and treat a hive that is attached to any vegetation and non-structural areas.
For More Information
For additional information about vector control, please contact the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District by calling 909-635-0307 or visiting the WVMVCD website.