Orginally formed as The Gulf Mosquito Control District on October 14, 1952 when the citizens of the Panama City Beach area voted to create a mosquito control district. The District’s name was changed to The Beach Mosquito Control District in early 1997. It operates under Chapter 388 of the Florida Statures and Rule 5E-13 under the Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer…
Request for Service & Fogging Information
Communication with the district resident is critical for a successful outcome. The Mosquito Technician explains the results of the inspection in full detail and describes the treatment recommended…
BMCD seeks to protect the public health, safety and welfare by using science-based, environmentally sensitive, integrated mosquito control techniques employing public education, surveillance, source…
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The common goal of the Panama City Beach community and Beach Mosquito Control is safe environmental control of the mosquito population in the area. In order to resolve existing and potential.
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16 Aug, 2018
Truck Missions 8/17/2018
Beach Mosquito Control District will be conducting adulticide spray missions by truck Friday...