Integrated vector Management (IVM) Plan (2010)Download IVM Plan
The purpose of the IVM Response Plan is to provide guidelines to staff and information to stakeholders regarding the various responses made to prevent and control disease vectors as well as introduced diseases and vectors in Orange County.
West Nile virus emergency response plan (2015)Download WNV Response Plan
The WNV Response Plan describes an enhanced surveillance and response program for Orange County, which is dependent on the risk level of mosquito-borne virus transmission to humans.
Draft Aedes Response Plan (2018)Download Draft Aedes Response Plan
The Aedes Response Plan provides guidance on how to respond to detections of invasive Aedes mosquitoes in Orange County under different scenarios including nuisance biting, travel-related human disease cases, virus-positive Aedes mosquitoes without a known human case, and local transmission (outbreaks) of invasive Aedes-vectored viral diseases, such as Zika, dengue, chikungunya, and yellow fever.
Vector Reduction PlanDownload Vector Reduction Plan
The Vector Reduction Program (VRP) is based on the proven strategy that cooperative land management practices are an effective means to reduce vector populations. This program aims to work with property owners and land managers to advise and assist them with information and specific Vector Reduction Guidelines.
Rat Service Request Policy (2015)Download District Service Request Policy for Rats
The Rat Service Request Policy outlines the modifications to how District staff addressed requests for service for rats.
Stormwater BMPs Handbook (2018)Download Stormwater Handbook
The Stormwater handbook is intended for developers, public works employees, maintenance staff, property managers, and other interested parties to review and use when designing and maintaining stormwater BMPs in order to prevent future mosquito breeding sources.
Pollinator Protection Practices and FAQsDownload Pollinator Protection Practices and FAQ Document
Pollinator Protection Policy will cover the importance of pollinators, pollinator activity times, and avoiding spraying mosquito adulticides on blooming plants, beehives, and other areas where bees may congregate.
Best Management Practice Guidelines for Feral Cats (TNR/RTF/RTH) in Communities with Flea-borne TyphusDownload Best Management Practice Guidelines for Feral Cats (TNR/RTF/RTH)
in Communities with Flea-borne Typhus
The Best Management Practice Guidelines for Feral Cats (TNR/RTF/RTH) document provides guidelines to minimize the inherent public health risks associated with releasing sterilized cats within Orange County.