Who we serve
BCMCP serves the 20 cities and towns within Bristol County, Massachusetts.
We reduce mosquito populations through surveillance, water management, biological and chemical controls. All of these methods are performed in an environmentally sensitive manner to minimize potential effects on people, wildlife and the environment.
Commissioners live or work in the county and all decisions are made in a fiscally responsible manner. The Project advocates public outreach and education through cooperative efforts with local officials, school departments and the news media.
BCMCP Commissioners include: Chairman Robert F. Davis, Joseph Barile, Gregory D. Dorrance, Christine A. Fagan, Aaron G. Caswell
Pursuant to the revised State Reclamation and Mosquito Control Board’s (SRMCB) budget policy, please see "Link to" BCMCP’s estimated FY 20 budget request.
BCMCP is requesting an increase of 5.5% over FY 19. The first 3.5% increase is for general cost increases for GIC insurance, electric, gas, pesticides, state chargebacks and computer updates related to residential service request. FY 20 will see a significant increase in County retirement contributions, an increase of almost 15%. The additional 2% is to build capital assets for heavy equipment upgrades and purchases.
The State Reclamation and Mosquito Control Board’s budget is also included on the attachment. The SRMCB is requesting a 4.1% increase over FY 19. For more information or questions regarding the SRMCB’s request please contact a member directly or Juan Carols Gutierrez at Juan.Gutierrez@mass.gov.
There are no forms to be mailed back to our office. If you have any questions or comments regarding BCMCP’s services or budget, please do not hesitate to contact the office directly or the SRMCB’s Chair John Lebeaux at John.Lebeaux@mass.gov before April 15, 2019.
Click here to see if your street is scheduled for the next application day.
If you would like to see BCMCP's tentative spray schedule by day and town, please check here.
Please note that residents of Bristol County can begin making a formal request for their property to be excluded from mosquito control applications for the 2018 season. Treatments to water using larvicides will begin in April and adult applications in late May. For more information on exclusion regulations and to make a residential exclusion request, please visit https://www.mass.gov/how-to/exclusion-from-wide-area-pesticides-application.