Job Posting: Information Technology Specialist

Position Description

Under administrative direction and supervision of the District Manager, and in a manner consistent with the District’s mission statement, the Information Technology (IT) Specialist is responsible for the coordination and development of the District’s computer and information systems, particularly working with the contractor developing the computerized MapVision database the District uses to track mosquito control work.


May 2019 District Newsletter

New from the District in May: The Latest Buzz on Bees and Wasps

Click here to read the May 2019 District Newsletter.


Tick Surveillance Update for April 2019

During April, laboratory staff shifted focus from collecting adult stage to nymphal stage Ixodes pacificus (western black-legged) ticks. Tick nymphs are more difficult to collect than adults because they don’t quest on vegetation along trails. Instead, they are found on tree stumps, downed longs, rocks, and in leaf litter.


West Nile Virus Season Begins

Surveillance for West Nile virus began in California in mid-April. The District protects residents from this mosquito-borne disease with control methods that target mosquitoes in the larval stage, as well as mosquito population monitoring, disease surveillance and public education. The laboratory staff conducts disease surveillance in three main ways:


Outreach at Brisbane Farmers Market

Stop by our outreach booth at the Brisbane Farmers Market from 3pm until 7pm on June 6th.


Outreach at San Mateo County Fair

Stop by our outreach booth in the Redwood Building at the San Mateo County Fair June 8th – 16th.


Invasive Aedes Mosquitoes


Request Service


Report a Dead Bird


Board Meeting Agendas