South Walton County Mosquito Control District

774 North County Highway 393, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459

850-267-2112

Mosquito Prevention Info

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Yellow Fly Sticky Trap

Request A Yellow Fly Sticky Trap kit

South Walton Mosquito Control District will provide a Yellow Fly Sticky Trap kit and instructions The months of June and July seem to be the time of...
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Treatment for adult mosquitoes

Treatment for adult mosquitoes will take place this evening Tuesday April 20, 2021 in routes 6 & 10. Treatment time will begin at 7:00pm weather...
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Agenda for April 20, 2021 Board Meeting

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storm drain opening in South Walton County Mosquito Control District

Storm Drain treatment starts April 6, 2021

SWCMCD employees will be out treating storm drains in the district starting Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Storm drain treatment throughout South Walton is...
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Next Board Meeting May 18, 2021 @ 9:30am

The next SWCMCD Regular Board meeting is on May 18, 2021 @ 9:30 a.m. at Headquarters
Sentinel Chicken Program

Sentinel Chickens Help Guard Against Mosquito-Borne Diseases

The SWCMCD Sentinel flock is heading back into the field! South Walton County is one of nineteen Florida counties that employ chickens to help guard...
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Job Opening for Administrative Assistant

SWCMCD is seeking an Administrative Assistant. Interested applicants should print and complete the employment application, and return to our office...

Protect Yourself From Mosquito Bites

Did you know that a mosquito can bite you and then bite another person? People can get sick from the same mosquito! It is important to protect...

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SWCMCD Mission Statement

The mission of the South Walton County Mosquito Control District 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.

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