Mission:  Protect the health and well-being of our public from disease and annoyance caused by mosquitoes while using environmentally  sensitive practices. 
Vision: Help lead the state of Colorado through effective and efficient mosquito treatment practices.
Motto:  It is impossible to eliminate mosquitoes, but we will always do our best to mitigate them. 
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The purpose of the Alamosa Mosquito Control District is to use economic and enviromentally responsible practices while suppressing larval and adult mosquito populations within The District's boundaries. We have created this website to provide general mosquito management information, our control strategies, and services we provide.  We invite you to navigate through this website and to contact us with any questions, comments or mosquito issues that are of concern. 

 

2021 Operational Season has come to an end!
**Check in to our website now and then over the winter months to read about any news or updates.
Stay Warm! See you next year! 

call in to listen to the "daily fog routes" to find out if a truck is expected in your area. 719-589-5409 ext. 1 

Office Hours:

April - September

Monday - Friday

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

(or by appointment)

Off-Season Office Hours

October - March

Monday - Thursday

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

(or by appointment)

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Board of Directors meeting:

 

October Meeting:

November 16th Regular meeting @ 6:00 pm

Meeting call in option is available.  If anyone would like to submit a Public Comment please email the District Manager at sarah@mosquitobytes.org.) 

Meeting Call-In number:

(719) 496- 0999

Meeting Code: 123#

Fog truck spraying will start for the season on Friday Math 28th.  Call in M-F and listen to the Daily Fog Routes to know if the trucks will be in your area. 

**Reminder: We cannot not operate the spray trucks if the wind is above 10 mph.  Exact times of when the trucks will be spraying in your area cannot be provided.  If the rural residents want their yards sprayed, please make sure that gates are open and vehicles are out of the way enough for the trucks to enter/exit.