In an effort to protect the public and our staff from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), PLEASE WEAR A MASK that covers your mouth and nose before entering the District Office.

For in-office mosquitofish pick-up, please sign-in inside the office prior to heading out to our fish tanks. PLEASE USE THE HAND SANITIZER provided to protect yourself and our staff.

New mosquito and roof rat service requests will be performed however, there will be no personal contact with the public. Employees of the District will be required to practice social distancing and wear proper PPE. Our staff will continue to conduct inspections of large mosquito breeding sources such as sumps, street drains, curb water, and unmaintained swimming pools (by appointment only).

We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation. Should you have any questions please give us a call at 661-589-2744.


Mosquitoes are more than a nuisance; they are a major threat to public health. We use proven, effective methods to control mosquitoes and reduce the risk of mosquito-transmitted diseases such as West Nile Virus.

The Kern Mosquito & Vector Control District is an independent district formed pursuant to the California Health and Safety Code, Section 2000 et seq. The District was formed in 1916, but began control operations in August of 1917 and was originally named the Dr. Morris Mosquito Abatement District. Dr. Morris was a well-known local physician and County Health Officer who was responsible for initiating the formation of the District. The original District encompassed 48 square miles and its objective was to control mosquitoes and malaria along the Kern River and its sloughs. learn more>>