Mosquito control is an important public health issue. We work to serve our membership communities by suppressing both nuisance and disease carrying mosquito populations.
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 Joseph Barile, Christine A. Fagan, Gregory D. Dorrance
The 2021 adulticiding spray season has come to a close as of September 10, 2021. If an increase of West Nile virus or EEE is detected in the County, BCMCP will be prepared to respond. Remember mosquitoes remain active until the first hard frost, so continue to avoid mosquito bites and use EPA- approved repellents.