NEW form for residential spray exclusions (333 CMR 13.03) is now available. The process to designate your property as a "No Spray" can be found here There will be a new online form available through MDAR shortly, BCMCP will keep you posted.
The next scheduled Bristol County Mosquito Control Commission Meeting is March 23rd at 7:00am at 38R Forest Street Attleboro, MA 02703.
BCMCP will stop taking residential request for spray on Friday August 26, 2016. We will continue to make applications in areas with high trap counts and/or areas with WNV or EEE detections. Weather permitting we will suspend adultciding operations for the season on Friday September 2, 2016.
BCMCP will begin taking larviciding request in the spring, check back for a date.
To Make a Request
If you are a resident of Bristol County, you can call (508) 823-5253, fax (508) 828-1868,
or e-mail a spray request to: RequestBristolMCP@comcast.net.
Requests are taken between the hours of 8am - 2pm by phone. All towns are treated once a week, with each town usually done on a specific day. If you are having an event and would like a special spray performed on a particular date, we ask that you submit your request 2-3 weeks in advance (this applies to both residents and town/city officials). There is no charge for spraying. It is performed between the hours of 2am and sunrise. Spraying is done from roadside (the ULV aerosol will horizontally transport 300 ft).
Note: Try and get your neighbors involved. The more requests that we receive from a particular street or neighborhood, the more effective the treatment will be.
*** Pesticide labels for the products we utilize can be found by clicking on the link located on the "Our Services" page.
- Mosquito Control Talk 2016
- Healthy Dartmouth with Chris Michaud & BCMCP
- How to Protect Yourself from Mosquitoes and Ticks
Courtesy of MA Department of Public Health, English, Spanish and Portuguese versions available
- One Mosquito Bite Can Change a Life Forever
Courtesy of AMCA and YouTube
- Mosquito Control and Why it's Important to You
Courtesy of Bayer Crop Science