Zika Virus Info
South Walton County Mosquito Control District
- 5-18-18 The District will be Spraying the area of route 9 located north of Hwy 98 and Route 12 due to elevated populations of adult mosquitoes. Weather permitting. New Employee Training will be taking place throughout April and May during the daytime and evening and some days you may observe our spray trucks driving through your neighborhoods with the lights on but without spraying.
The mission of the South Walton County Mosquito Control District (SWCMCD) is to serve the district by suppressing both pestiferous and disease carrying mosquito populations to a tolerable level in the safest, most economical manner, utilizing a variety of methods in such a way as to minimize potential effects on people, wildlife and the environment while maximizing the value to the district’s taxpayers.
On May 26, 1964, SWCMCD was established as a Florida Independent Special Taxing District for the sole purpose of controlling mosquitoes and other nuisance insects to improve the quality of life in beautiful South Walton County.
Most everyone is familiar with the spray trucks that visit the different areas of our district in the evenings with their lights flashing and the sound of the spray unit running, but there are many more aspects to our program. Click here for more information about our Operations.
Join our Team. Now seeking a Full time mechanic and two part time Spray Technicians for evening hours. Job descriptions below.
Print and fill out the application above and return to our office by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or at the office at
774 North County hwy 393
Santa Rosa Beach FL, 32459