Mission: To proactively use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies to reduce nuisance mosquitoes and risk of mosquito-borne illness in Volusia County. To sustain quality of life, foster stewardship of the environment, provide stellar customer service, and support economic vitality for the community.
Watch this video from UF IFAS PIE Center to see Volusia County Mosquito Control Staff in action.
The primary service area is the East Volusia Mosquito Control District(EVMCD) which is based on an established taxing district where all property owners in the district pay a tax (separate item on the tax bill) for mosquito control services year round. Residents in the taxing district can click here to submit a request for service online.
Incorporated municipalities (Deltona, DeBary, Orange City, Lake Helen, DeLand, Pierson) located on the west side of the county have annual service contracts with Volusia County Mosquito Control that are limited by a fixed amount of funding. Property owners in these cities must contact their city representative listed below to request mosquito control service and the city must authorize the service prior to county delivery.
DeBary – Alan Williamson 386-668-2040 x323 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DeLand – Kim Grebosz 386-626-7190 or email@example.com
Deltona – Buffy Osborne 386-878-8982 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Helen – Becky Witte 386-228-2358 or email@example.com
Orange City – Krista Hurd 386-775-5447 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Pierson – Carmen Spleorzi 386-749-2661 or email@example.com
Unincorporated areas outside the EVMCD and not within a west-side city limit receive mosquito control services however, it is limited by a fixed amount of funding from the Municipal Service District (MSD). Residents in the MSD can click here to submit a request for service online.
If you are unsure, please call our office at 386-424-2920 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your address and we can look up which service area applies to you.
Adulticide spray operations are planned daily based on surveillance data and not on a routine schedule. This online webmap shows both planned and recently completed spray operations. Click on the sprayed area in the map to see the exact treatment date. Planned operations will typically be updated by 3 p.m. each day.