Metropolitan Mosquito Control District has just begun its season. Residents may see trucks, helicopters, or staff with identifiable “Mosquito Control” apparel in neighborhoods and parks.
Every spring after the snow melts and as temperatures rise, mosquito larvae is found in ponds and wetlands around the Twin Cities. The Metropolitan Mosquito Control District (MMCD) will be conducting surveillance and treatment activities in Roseville to reduce the risk of disease and annoyance in an environmentally-sensitive manner.
Each year the field staff at MMCD monitors and treats wetlands that breed mosquitoes with a fleet of trucks and helicopters.
At times MMCD employees may need to cross private property for access to check and treat areas for mosquito larvae. MMCD management asks the community to please stay several feet away from field staff and ensure children and pets are kept at a distance. If you have questions about mosquito control activities or concerns about an employee, please call the MMCD front desk at (651) 645-9149 or visit MMCD.org.