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
- BCMCP has stopped taking residential request for the 2019 season. BCMCP will continue to conduct only ground-based truck applications from the road until Friday September 13, 2019. Areas of EEE and WNV activity, along with outstanding residential request will be completed this week, weather dependant. EEE and WNV is active in Bristol County and risk is still significant. Remember to avoid mosquitoes by restricting activity while mosquitoes are active and wear EPA approved repellents.
- Aerial Adulticide Application Information
- By clicking on the “View Mapping Tool” the public can see if they are in the spray zone. The map will be updated daily with the area planned for spraying on that particular day.
- Beginning May 20, 2019 BCMCP will begin taking residential spray request for the mosquito season. You may call the office at 508-823-5253 between the hours of 8am-2pm. Please be patient as the line will be very busy. You may fax a request to 508-828-1868 or email a request to RequestBristolMCP@comcast.net. Please include your last name, full address including zip code with your request.
- 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 2019 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.
- 2018 Bristol Annual Report
For further information, contact Bristol County Mosquito Control Project at 508-823-5253.