Lee County Mosquito Control District is committed to improving the quality of life, facilitating outdoor activities and protecting the public health in our community by implementing environmentally sound practices that control mosquitoes throughout Lee County. The objective of Lee County Mosquito Control District is to serve the residents and visitors of Lee County by controlling the mosquito populations through an integrated pest management approach consistent with applicable laws and justified by tenets of public health, vector control, environmental safety and fiscal responsibility. The District provides leadership, research, technical information, and education on mosquitoes and their control.
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Under Florida law, e-mail addresses and all written correspondence sent to this entity become public records. If you do not want your e-mail address or email messages released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity.
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