Mosquito Control Services


Mosquito Control Services

The Mosquito & Vector Control Division offers services to monitor the breeding of mosquitoes and prevent the spread of mosquito-borne diseases in Harris County. 

Check the services below and visit our Mosquito & Vector Borne Disease Handout page for the latest guidance and printable materials!

For more information contact:

Harris County Public Health
Mosquito & Vector Control Division
3330 Old Spanish Trail, Bldg. D
Houston, TX 77021

Open Monday Through Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Phone: (713) 440-4800
Fax: (713) 440-4795

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Mosquito Control Services Offered

Inspection of Potential Breeding Sites

Please submit the form, Inspection Request for Mosquito Breeding Site, to talk with a representative from the HCPH Mosquito Control Division regarding the mosquito problem you are experiencing. If needed, we will schedule an inspection of your property for potential mosquito breeding sites. During the inspection, any mosquito breeding sites will be identified and source reduction recommendations will be provided.

Please note this is not a request for treatment to eliminate mosquitoes. 

Dead Bird Reporting

To report a dead bird for pickup and testing for West Nile virus, please contact the HCPH Mosquito and Vector Control Division through the form provided here. More information about this service can also be found here.

Education Programs

We provide FREE education and outreach services to area school districts, libraries, civic associations, community groups, and Harris County events. To request a speaker or MVCD to participate at your event, please complete a request form.  

Microsoft Premonition Partnership

Harris County Public Health (HCPH) has partnered with Microsoft Premonition an evolving technology for detecting potential disease-causing germs (pathogens) before they cause widespread outbreaks. Click the button below to learn more about the partnership and its beneficial impact on mosquito-borne disease monitoring and detection in Harris County. 



Proposed Treatment Areas

Refer to the map below to view those areas for ULV Treatments: Proposed and Cumulative for Year or view the map in full screen.

Please report any issues with the map viewer to [email protected].