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Vector Control Program - Division of Environmental Health: Vector Control Logo [more...]

Abandoned Vehicle Program - Division of Environmental Health: Abandoned VehiclesThe Abandoned Vehicle Program, supported by a grant from Alameda County, is complaint driven and eliminates blight and potential rodent harborage.  Close cooperation with the Berkeley Police Department occurs since accurate Department of Motor Vehicle registration information is necessary.  Property and vehicle owners are legally notified, time frames for removal are mutually agreed upon, and the property is brought into compliance with the Berkeley Municipal Code (Chapter 12.98). [more...]

Arthropod Control and Identification - Arthropods [more...]

Control & Preventions of Rodents - [more...]

Fish Advisory Information -   [more...]

Health and Safety Hazards - [more...]

City of Berkeley Pest Management Policy - This pest management policy shall apply to all pest control and pesticide use within Berkeley City, by the City.  Berkeley seeks to implement effective and appropriate pest management programs throughout the community, which minimize and/or eliminates the use of pesticides.  City contractors, community agencies receiving funding from the City, and all persons are encouraged to voluntarily follow the City's Pesticide Management Policy when engaged in pest control and pesticide use within the City. [more...]

Rodent Inspection & Control - Sewer BaitingDead RatRodent BurrowRat by PlantNeighborhood Survey [more...]

Rodent Attractant -   [more...]

Wildlife Management - Wildlife [more...]

West Nile Virus - Transmission Cycle of WNV  [more...]

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