Iberia Parish Mosquito Abatement District

Iberia Parish Mosquito Abatement District Our mission is the surveillance and control of mosquito-borne diseases as well as the abatement of nuisance mosquitoes.

07/05/2019
West Nile Story (West Nile Virus Prevention Rap)

WNV 20th anniversary in US

Insect biologist MC Bugg-Z rhymes a message of West Nile virus prevention. Learn the symptoms and risks of West Nile Virus, and how to protect yourself from ...

It's National Mosquito Control Awareness Week again, and Iberia Parish Mosquito Abatement has placed educational display...
06/24/2019

It's National Mosquito Control Awareness Week again, and Iberia Parish Mosquito Abatement has placed educational displays at 5 of the Iberia Parish Public Library branches: 3 in New Iberia, 1 in Lydia, and 1 in Jeanerette. Education is an important part of what we do. Effective mosquito control is not just a matter of our efforts - it's a matter of everyone's efforts. The most dangerous mosquitoes are right in your back yard.

04/09/2019

Part-time Seasonal Employment Opportunity

Iberia Parish Mosquito Control is seeking part-time seasonal help for daytime and nighttime hours. Must be 21 years of age, possess valid Louisiana driver’s license and be prepared to pass a pre-employment exam. Apply in person at IPMC office at 611 Old Central Taxiway. Call (337) 365-4933 for details. Iberia Parish Government is an equal opportunity employer.

04/09/2019

IBERIA PARISH MOSQUITO ABATEMENT DISTRICT
611 OLD CENTRAL TAXIWAY
NEW IBERIA, LOUISIANA 70560
Ph. (337) 365-4933 Fax: (337) 364-8063

Part-time Seasonal Employment Opportunity

Iberia Parish Mosquito Control is seeking part-time seasonal help for daytime and nighttime hours. Must be 21 years of age, possess valid Louisiana driver’s license and be prepared to pass a pre-employment exam. Apply in person at IPMC office at 611 Old Central Taxiway. Call (337) 365-4933 for details. Iberia Parish Government is an equal opportunity employer.

04/04/2019
West Baton Rouge Convention & Visitors Bureau

West Baton Rouge Convention & Visitors Bureau

Kite Fest Louisiane' is fun for all ages! Come out for high-flying fun, food & festing in West Baton Rouge! WestBatonRouge.net/KiteFest #westbatonrouge #onlylouisiana #feedyoursoul

03/28/2019
St. Tammany Parish Mosquito Abatement

Fantastic work being done by the staff & employees at St. Tammany MAD

Check out this video on who we are, why mosquitoes are so important, and what we are doing about them at Mosquito Abatement.

West Baton Rouge Mosquito Control
12/12/2018

West Baton Rouge Mosquito Control

Last week we attended the annual Louisiana Mosquito Control Association meeting in Lafayette, Louisiana. Along with an intense three days of seminars and presentations designed to inform and improve our mosquito control methods, we also achieved recertification in our respective license categories with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture & Forestry. While there, we also participated in LMCA's annual education day at Iberia Mosquito Control along with many volunteers from mosquito control departments around Louisiana. Together we helped to educate 120+ students on mosquito control methods, bite prevention, and disease awareness.

PRESS RELEASESeptember 5, 2018The Lydia Cancer Association will hold the annual Fais Do Do & Cajun Food Fest this coming...
09/05/2018
Iberia Parish Government, Louisiana

PRESS RELEASE

September 5, 2018

The Lydia Cancer Association will hold the annual Fais Do Do & Cajun Food Fest this coming weekend at Weeks Park. Ahead of this year’s Cajun Food Fest, the Iberia Parish Mosquito Abatement District will conduct operations targeting Lydia and surrounding areas. As with all outdoor activities, the District is urging citizens to protect themselves and the little ones against mosquito bites and mosquito-borne diseases! It is imperative that citizens keep insect repellent handy, wear light-colored clothing with long sleeves and long pants when outdoors and get rid of mosquito breeding sites near the home! West Nile virus is active around the Parish, Acadiana and the State.

Aerial operations will be Thursday (9/6) evening followed by additional operations Friday (9/7) in another part of the parish. If weather conditions are favorable operations will begin just prior to sunset and last approximately one and one half (1.5) hours.

During this period, only hypersensitive individuals or persons that wish to avoid all exposure to chemicals in the designated spray area should refrain from outdoor activities; otherwise, all other citizens can proceed with normal outdoor activities!

Citizens will notice a low flying aircraft. The aircraft is traveling quickly and will be out of the area in a brief period!

Operations Thursday night will encompass the Port of Iberia, Lydia, Bayou Jack, Grand Marais, specifically, Pesson, Curtis Ln., areas east of Avery Island, Old Jeanerette Rd., then southeast to Hwy. 90, Hubertville Rd. and 80 Arpent Rd. as well as all points in between.

Operations Friday night will target Daspit, Sugar Oaks, Vida Shaw and Loreauville Park, specifically, Lucerne Dr., Troy Rd., Sabrina Ct., Gondron Rd. and all points in between.

If you have any questions or mosquito related problem, feel free to contact our office at (337) 365-4933. Please visit us on the web www.iberiaparishgovernment.com and click on “Mosquito Control” --- like us on Facebook for the latest. For more information about West Nile Virus and pesticides for mosquito control please visit www.cdc.gov and www.epa.gov.

Any questions after office hours please contact Herff Jones (337) 380-7140

09/02/2018
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

Ever wonder how we test for West Nile virus at DEP's Bureau of Labs? DYK it's a multi-step process that includes "vortexing" and a robot? Watch this video to learn how it's done! 👀

Pennsylvania Department of Health

08/20/2018

PRESS RELEASE

August 21, 2018

Mosquito surveillance has indicated the need for aerial intervention. It is important that these populations be addressed. The District will conduct aerial operations over the next several evenings starting Wednesday evening (8/22) in Jeanerette, Thursday (8/23) Grand Marais and Friday (8/24) Willow Wood. The District is asking citizens If you must be outdoors --- wear repellent, cover exposed skin and avoid outdoor activity when mosquitoes are most active. If weather conditions are favorable operations will begin near sunset and last approximately one and one-half hours (1.5) each evening.

During this period, only hypersensitive individuals or persons that wish to avoid all exposure to chemicals in the designated spray area should refrain from outdoor activities; otherwise, all other citizens can proceed with normal outdoor activities!

Citizens will notice low flying aircraft --- If the aircraft is overhead DO NOT attempt to follow the path of the aircraft. The aircraft is traveling quickly and will be out of the area in a brief period!

Wednesday (8/22) operations will focus in Jeanerette, specifically from the St. Mary parish line, Pecan Ln., Rightway Rd., Hwy. 90 & Back Rd. in the east to Sorrel Rd., Old Jeanerette Rd., Hwy. 182, Darnall Rd., and Ozenne Rd., E. Admiral Doyle and all points in between.

Thursday (8/23) operations will focus in Grand Marais, Rynella, Migues, Laurent, Lydia, Weeks Island Rd., College Rd., Collins Rd., Cora Ln. and all points in between.

Friday (8/24) operations will focus in Willow Wood, Daspit, Lucerne, Willow Wood Park, Crochet Rd., Loreauville Rd., Bell Church Rd. and all points in between.

If you have any questions or mosquito related problems, feel free to contact our office at (337) 365-4933. Please visit us on the web www.iberiaparishgovernment.com and click on “Mosquito Control” --- like us on Facebook for the latest. For more information about West Nile Virus, other mosquito-borne diseases and pesticides for mosquito control please visit www.cdc.gov and www.epa.gov.

Any questions after office hours please contact Herff Jones (337) 380-7140

PRESS RELEASEAdditional notifications of West Nile Virus activity in mosquito surveillance samples have been reported to...
08/10/2018
Iberia Parish Government, Louisiana

PRESS RELEASE

Additional notifications of West Nile Virus activity in mosquito surveillance samples have been reported to the Iberia Parish Mosquito Control District by the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory. The mosquito samples tested were from traps located in Grand Marais and Jeanerette. Expanded surveillance and control operations will continue following WNV response protocols until positive indicators cease. IPMC is urging citizens across the entire Parish to protect themselves against mosquito bites and mosquito-borne diseases! Residents throughout the Parish are urged to follow these simple guidelines recommended by the CDC!

• Apply mosquito repellent that contains DEET, Picaridin or Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus and apply as directed on the label!
• Protect children sensitive to insect bites with repellent and cover exposed skin --- there are many preparations sold in drug stores and camping sections of local stores that are formulated for adults as well as children.
• Wear light-colored, lightweight clothing with long sleeves and long pants when outdoors, particularly at DAWN and DUSK.
• Avoid wearing perfumes or colognes when outside for prolonged periods.
• Remove all sources of standing water near your home (i.e. cans, barrels, planters, tires, containers and tarps).
• Keep all pools, spas, bird baths, ponds and fountains clean and free of debris.
• Maintain tight-fitting screens on doors and windows.
• Don’t FEED the storm drains! Sweep up lawn clippings, leaves and tree limbs from sidewalks and driveways.

If you have any questions or mosquito related problems, feel free to contact our office at (337) 365-4933. Please visit us on the web www.iberiaparishgovernment.com and click on “Mosquito Control” --- like us on Facebook for the latest. For more information about West Nile Virus, mosquito-borne diseases and pesticides for mosquito control please visit www.mosquito.org or www.cdc.gov and www.epa.gov.

Any questions after office hours please contact Herff Jones (337) 380-7140

This is exciting news for the District. A testament to the commitment of the mosquito abatement board, staff and employe...
08/09/2018

This is exciting news for the District. A testament to the commitment of the mosquito abatement board, staff and employees of TMAD to their mission protecting the public health of the citizens of Tangipahoa parish.

Exciting news for Tangipahoa parish! Our facility is the first mosquito control in the state that now has the capability of testing mosquito samples for West Nile virus in-house. Part of our lab operations consist of sending certain species to the LSU veterinary lab to be tested. Though this capability will not replace this service, we can now test additional samples if West Nile virus is suspected in a specific area. This could reduce 1-2 weeks of wait time and will vastly improve our ability to effectively treat areas that are at risk.

This is a huge positive step forward in protecting the public health of our citizens and we are so excited to continue serving Tangipahoa parish! Check out the photos of the equipment and procedure below.

07/27/2018

West Nile Virus activity in mosquito surveillance samples has been detected in Iberia Parish. Ground and aerial operations are focused to subdue these mosquito vector populations. The Iberia Parish Mosquito Control District is urging citizens to protect themselves against mosquito bites and mosquito borne diseases! It is imperative that citizens keep insect repellent handy, wear light colored clothing with long sleeves and long pants when outdoors and get rid of mosquito breeding sites near the home! Residents throughout the Parish are urged to follow these simple guidelines recommended by the CDC!
• Apply mosquito repellent that contains DEET, Picaridin or Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus and apply as directed on the label!
• Protect children sensitive to insect bites with repellent and cover exposed skin --- there are many preparations sold in drug stores and camping sections of local stores that are formulated for adults as well as children.
• Wear light colored, light weight clothing with long sleeves and long pants when outdoors particularly at DAWN and DUSK.
• Avoid wearing perfumes or colognes when outside for prolonged periods.
• Remove all sources of standing water near your home (i.e. cans, barrels, planters, tires, containers and tarps).
• Keep all pools, spas, bird baths, ponds and fountains clean and free of debris.
• Maintain tight fitting screens on doors and windows.
• Don’t FEED the storm drains! Sweep up lawn clippings, leaves and tree limbs from sidewalks and driveways.

If you have any questions or mosquito related problems, feel free to contact our office at (337) 365-4933. Please visit us on the web www.iberiaparishgovernment.com and click on “Mosquito Control” --- like us on Facebook for the latest. For more information about West Nile Virus, other mosquito – borne diseases and pesticides for mosquito control please visit www.cdc.gov and www.epa.gov.

Any questions after office hours please contact Herff Jones (337) 380-7140

07/20/2018
Anastasia Mosquito Control District

Anastasia Mosquito Control District

This is what we mean when we say anything that holds water can breed mosquitoes. In high temperatures like these mosquitoes can go from egg to adult in under a week. Remember to look around your home for objects collecting water and drain them out at least once or twice a week.

#FightTheBIte #DrainAndCover #SpillTheWater

In recognition of National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, we have set up educational stations at 5 area libraries.  Ed...
06/27/2018

In recognition of National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, we have set up educational stations at 5 area libraries. Education is a big part of our mission. We are all in this together!

Govenor John Bel Edwards
06/22/2018

Govenor John Bel Edwards

Parish President M. Larry Richard
06/22/2018

Parish President M. Larry Richard

“Pilez Mosquito Week!”Governor John Bel Edwards has joined Iberia Parish President M. Larry Richard and issued proclamat...
06/22/2018
Iberia Parish Government, Louisiana

“Pilez Mosquito Week!”

Governor John Bel Edwards has joined Iberia Parish President M. Larry Richard and issued proclamations declaring June 24th to June 30th “Pilez Mosquito Week”! This week marks The National Mosquito Control Awareness Week. The American Mosquito Control Association, the Iberia Parish Mosquito Control District, the Louisiana Mosquito Control Association and the CDC are urging citizens to protect themselves against mosquito bites and mosquito borne diseases. All persons who are not adequately protected are at risk of being bit and infected by virus carrying mosquitoes. To prevent mosquito bites, keep mosquito repellent handy, cover exposed skin and get rid of mosquito breeding sites near the home. Residents throughout the Parish are urged to follow these simple guidelines recommended by the CDC.

• Apply mosquito repellent that contains DEET, Picaridin or Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus and apply as directed on the label!
• Protect children sensitive to insect bites with repellent and cover exposed skin --- there are many preparations sold in drug stores and camping sections of local stores that are formulated for adults as well as children.
• Wear light colored clothing with long sleeves and long pants when outdoors particularly at DAWN and DUSK.
• Avoid wearing perfumes or colognes when outside for prolonged periods.
• DRAIN! Remove all sources of standing water near your home (i.e. cans, barrels, planters, tires, containers and tarps).
• Keep all pools, spas, bird baths, ponds and fountains clean and free of debris.
• Maintain tight fitting screens on doors and windows.
• Don’t FEED the storm drains! Sweep up lawn clippings, leaves and tree limbs from sidewalks and driveways.

If you have any questions or mosquito related problems, feel free to contact our office at (337) 365-4933. Please visit us on the web www.iberiaparishgovernment.com and click on “Mosquito Control”. Like us on Facebook!

For more information about West Nile Virus and pesticides for mosquito control please visit www.cdc.gov and www.epa.gov.

Any questions after office hours please contact Herff Jones (337) 380-7140

Address

611 Old Central Taxiway
New Iberia, LA
70560-2200

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:30 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 16:30
Thursday 08:30 - 16:30
Friday 08:30 - 16:30

Telephone

(337) 365-4933

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