The County Dept. of Environmental Health Vector Control Program protects the public from vector-borne disease and nuisance while protecting the environment through a coordinated set of activities collectively known as the Integrated Vector Management Program. These activities and services are described in the annual Engineer's Report, which provides an overview of the VCP's general practices and procedures. As the proposed project, the IVMP would continue to operate using a comprehensive approach by applying various techniques, including surveillance, source reduction (i.e., physical control), source treatment (i.e., biological and chemical control), public education, and outreach.
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