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  • The Red Cross depends on financial donations to help provide immediate relief. Text the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation. You can also visit Red Cross Website or call 1-855-999-GIVE.
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Mosquito Control

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Isik Unlu

Superintendent of Mosquito Control

Phone: 609-530-7500, Ext. 125 
Fax:  609-530-7529 
Mail 300 Scotch Road 
  Building #1 
  West Trenton, NJ 08628
Email:  iunlu@mercercounty.org 

 

Herein you will find information pertaining to our surveillance and control of various mosquito species throughout Mercer County, New Jersey. We work hard to ensure that the residents of the county remain free of the nuisances and health hazards associated with mosquitoes. There is much useful information contained within these pages, along with links to other informative sites. If you have any questions regarding our mosquito surveillance and control operations, the contents of this website, or any general information regarding mosquitoes, send me an email at iunlu@mercercounty.org.

Environmentally yours,

Isik Unlu
Superintendent - Mercer County Mosquito Control

Mission and Operating Philosophy

The mission of the Mercer County Mosquito Control program is to provide safe, effective, environmentally friendly, and economic mosquito management for the County of Mercer. We provide continual surveillance of mosquitoes to determine the threat of disease transmission and annoyance levels and then use environmentally sound integrated pest management techniques to keep mosquitoes below those levels.

Our personnel employ a variety of methods to reduce and manage mosquito populations throughout the county. For more concise detail on control measures and the specific chemical used, please refer to our Operations and Products Used page of our website.

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