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Long Beach Vector Control Program Benefit Assessment FAQs

Release Date: 2019-05-17

Vector Control Benefit Assessment FAQs

On May 7, The City Council authorized the mailing of benefit assessment ballots for the Mosquito and Vector Control Program (VCP) to property owners within the boundaries of the proposed benefit assessment district, at a rate of $8.21 per single family equivalent per year.  Ballots will be mailed on May 17, 2019.  Property owners within the proposed VCP service area (see map in FAQs) will receive a ballot by mail in late May. The ballot will allow them to decide if continued year-round mosquito, vector control and disease prevention services should be provided by the VCP.  The FAQs below is intended to assist in answering questions regarding the proposed benefit assessment item.  The statements included in the FAQ are for informational purposes only and are intended to describe the practical effects of the proposed assessment district.  This information does not advocate a yes or no vote on the proposed assessment district.

Vector Control Benefit Assessment FAQs

Detailed Map of Proposed Vector Control Program Map - North Long Beach

Detailed Map of Proposed Vector Control Program Map - South Long Beach