• Welcome to NCMCD

    The NCMCD is governed at the state level by the State Reclamation and Mosquito Control Board (SRMCB) which is housed within the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (DAR).

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  • Water Management

    Ever wonder what we do during the winter? During the mosquito "off-season," we do what we can to eliminate potential mosquito breeding areas.

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  • GIS Mapping

    The Norfolk County Mosquito Control District utilizes Geographic Information System (GIS) to document and distribute information to the public about various aspects of our program.

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September 17, 2021: ULV Spraying has ended for the season and will resume around Memorial Day, 2022.  We continue to monitor for mosquito viruses and will perform an intervention should it become necessary.

September 17, 2021:  Westwood and Dedham residents, please click here for information regarding an aerial larvicide occurring on Monday, September 20th. 

On Tuesday September 7th, The Norfolk County Mosquito Control District applied a granular larvicide by helicopter to the flood waters of the Neponset River. The remnants of Hurricane Ida dropped 3-4” of rain on August 30-31 and caused the banks of the Neponset River to flood. This flooding hatched untold numbers of mosquito eggs into larvae. Probably in the trillions of larvae in the towns of Milton, Dedham, Westwood, Canton, Norwood and northern Sharon. While we still expect an uptick in mosquito numbers in neighborhoods adjacent to the river floodplain, this application will avoid a serious outbreak of the sort that occurred after the remnants of hurricane Elsa passed over the area in July.

September 13, 2021:  Our Tire Recycling program has resumed. 


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