Service Request

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.
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. 
Click here for the Mosquito Service Request Form

Spray Schedule

Truck-mounted mosquito spraying applications generally take place from after Memorial Day to sometime in September, weather dependent. Spraying begins at sunset and ends around midnight. Contact us at the latest by 10AM on your town’s scheduled day to be considered for service that week.


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Spray Route

Enter your address into the search bar of the map below to see if your street is scheduled for service (Refresh browser for most up to date information).  Maps of the spray routes will be available after 3:30PM on the scheduled spray date.

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Spray applications are dependent on temperature and weather conditions.

Apply to Become a No-Spray

To Exclude your property from area-wide truck spraying, please click here.

Used Tire Recycling

Our Used Tire Recycling Program has been inspired and shaped by our fellow mosquito control workers at Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control. One of our goals in Integrated Mosquito Management is source reduction, and abandoned used tires, unfortunately, serve as habitat for container breeding mosquito species. Used tire piles are often overlooked in mosquito control programs because they do not appear in our mapping databases like wetlands and vernal pools do; so the threat of potential mosquito-borne diseases increases in the surrounding area if the situation is not remedied. In addition to removing these mosquito habitats, we are also cleaning up the environment.

Requirements for Program Eligibility:

(a) Must be a resident or municipal official within our member communities,

(b) tires must be passenger and light truck tires (off-rim only),

(c) maximum of 10 of tires per household per calendar year

Tires accepted as part of this program will be sent to an approved facility for recycling. This program will comply with all state and federal solid waste regulations, as well as all local fire codes. This program is subject to end without notice.

Request a pick up of your used tires here.

For more information about the Used Tire Recycling Program, please use the form below.


144 Production Rd, Suite C

Walpole, MA 02081

Office: (781) 762-3681
Fax: (781) 769-6436