The mission of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California (MVCAC) is to provide quality public information, comprehensive mosquito and vector-borne disease surveillance, training to high professional standards, and effective legislative advocacy on behalf of California mosquito and vector control districts in an effort to protect the health of people living and visiting California.

What We Do:
MVCAC is the leading voice and advocate for mosquito and vector control in the California Legislature. Each year, the organization hosts a Legislative Day at the State Capitol where participants meet with legislators and decision makers to promote the importance of mosquito and vector control. Learn more »
Board and Staff
The MVCAC Board of Directors is made up of mosquito and vector control agency managers from across the state. Contact board members, central office staff, legislative representatives, and legal counsel. Learn more »
Member Agencies
The Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California is made up of about 70 districts and agencies in the state whose mission is to protect the public from vectors and vector-borne diseases. Find which agency is responsible for your area. Learn more »
The MVCAC regularly awards members and non-members for outstanding achievements in their field.  The three awards include the MVCAC Meritorious Service Award, MVCAC Honorary Members, MVCAC Trustee Achievement Award, and the William C. Reeves New Investigator Award. Learn more » 
California’s Mosquito Abatement Districts Act (AB 1590) was enacted in 1915. This legislation was a result of the threat mosquitoes posed to California’s economic development and health and well-being of its citizens. A century later, the threat is just as great, and efforts to combat mosquitoes and other vectors are even more critical to protect more than 38 million Californians. Learn more »
Spotlight On
Each month we highlight stories of success, new and unique programs, dedicated staff, outreach efforts, and other examples of exceptional service from one of MVCAC’s member agencies. Learn more »