Pinellas County Mosquito Control provides mosquito treatment and prevention services to the entire county including all 24 municipalities. We aim to help provide for an environment as free of mosquitoes as possible for the comfort and well-being of residents and visitors. We also provide educational presentations to the public upon request.
Our highly trained staff uses an integrated pest management program, focusing on larviciding and source reduction. We monitor the environment for the presence of any mosquito-transmitted diseases and take proper abatement actions when needed.
Our technicians respond to citizen calls for assistance with mosquito treatment and prevention. They also treat known breeding areas by ground and by air on a routine basis. To request mosquito control service in your area or a speaker on mosquito prevention in your community, call (727) 464-7503, email, or submit a service request form online.
Pinellas County’s Mosquito Control works closely with the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) in Pinellas County. If you believe you have the Zika virus or have additional questions, please call the FDOH in Pinellas County at (727) 824-6932 or after hours (727) 824-6932.
What you need to know about Zika
Help break the mosquito cycle
Technicians have noted that many homes that have been inspected for mosquito issues also have items or areas around the home that contain standing water, which provides ideal conditions for breeding mosquitoes.
Pinellas County Mosquito Control asks all citizens to do their part to reduce the mosquito population. Remember that mosquitoes only need one-quarter to one-half inch of standing water for the larvae to survive. A simple suggestion is to dump out all containers that can hold water: DRAIN & COVER!
Visit our resources web page for more helpful information about mosquitoes and mosquito prevention.
To request Mosquito Control service or a community speaker,