AMCD is aware of the increased population of mosquitoes around St. Johns County. We are working hard to reduce populations.

If you do not see our trucks out, don't worry.
We do our fogging from 2:30am-6:30am or 8pm-11pm.

To avoid getting bit, wear long loose fitting clothing and apply any mosquito repellent that contains DEET.




Service requests in the District will continue to be responded to, but we ask that you do NOT approach the responding field technician.  Instead of contacting you in person, they will call you when they arrive and either leave a door hanger or call you again with a report once they are completed.

Field Technicians are still monitoring mosquito populations and conducting routine surveillance of breeding sites for treatment.  If you see our technicians in the field, please follow the social distancing guidelines and do NOT approach them.  During this time, safety for all is of a higher concern.

Mosquito Control is a necessary component of public health and if not maintained, diseases can threaten our community.  For this reason, we will continue to operate to the best of our ability with safety for all in mind.

Please also note that the front lobby is closed to the public at this time, with the exception of preset appointments (all MUST wear a mask prior to coming in) and deliveries.

This will not affect operations, control of mosquito populations, surveillance, or the answering of service requests.




Please CLICK HERE to see details and application for any available positions.


Area below will receive an aerial application of adulticide on the surrounding vegetation on September 17th from 7:30pm-8:30pm. 

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St. Johns County Health Department

If and when there are any mosquito-borne health advisories,
the St. Johns County Health Department will send out information.

For that and any other information, please CLICK HERE.


Please click below to view the newest

JOURNAL of the FMCA; Volume 66, 2019


Now Available: A FREE app for service request entry on your mobile device

        Available from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store

  • Click here for Apple devices or here for Android devices, or search "MGIS"MGIS App Logo
  • Scroll down until you see the logo for "EMS Utilities"
  • Download the app to your device
  • Complete the user profile to auto fill home location in the requests tab
  • Push notifications will be sent for important district information once the user profile has been completed
  • For a brochure on how to use the MGIS "EMS Utilities" service request app please click HERE


To enter a service request from a computer

Click the "Request for Service" button in the right side pannel

For a Brochure on "HOW to ENTER a SERVICE REQUEST" please CLICK HERE


Zika Virus Resource Information


For information resources on the Zika Virus

For more information, please visit the CDC Page
and relevant Fact Sheets for travelers (many in Espanol)


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      Have you heard about Chikungunya?

Chikungunya (pronunciation: \chik-en-gun-ye click to hear pronunciationExternal Web Site Icon) virus is transmitted to people by mosquitoes. The most common symptoms of chikungunya virus infection are fever and joint pain. Other symptoms may include headache, muscle pain, joint swelling, or rash. Outbreaks have occurred in countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Indian and Pacific Oceans. In late 2013, chikungunya virus was found for the first time in the Americas on islands in the Caribbean. Chikungunya virus is not currently found in the United States. There is a risk that the virus will be imported to new areas by infected travelers. There is no vaccine to prevent or medicine to treat chikungunya virus infection. Travelers can protect themselves by preventing mosquito bites. When traveling to countries with chikungunya virus, use insect repellent, wear long sleeves and pants, and stay in places with air conditioning or that use window and door screens. 

Important Links: 


World Health Organization

Florida Department of Health





ST. AUGUSTINE:  The Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County and
the Anastasia Mosquito Control District remind residents and visitors
to take proper precautions to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes.

DOH, St. Johns and the AMCD encourage everyone to take basic precautions to protect yourself from mosquito bites and and the diseases they carry by following the Department of Health's recommendations to

For more information on this release, please click HERE.



Please visit DOH's Environmental Public Health website for
information on mosquito-borne illness advisories at:
or call the St. Johns County Health Department at 904-825-5055. 


AMCD is now on TWITTER!

Follow us to get the latest news and stories about mosquitoes in St. Johns County!/AnastasiaMCD

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AMCD Work Schedule

Monday through Friday
Operations: 6:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Administration: 7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

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Anastasia Mosquito Control District of St. Johns County
120 EOC Drive
St. Augustine, FL 32092




Thursday, September 24, 2020 (Final Public Hearing) at 5:30 PM

Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 5:00 P.M.

If anyone from the public would like to join the meeting via conference call,
please call 1-813-769-0500 (Tampa #) and enter the conference ID "926-430-265#".  AMCD staff will connect you into the meeting to be able to speak and listen via telephone.  Please allow the Chairperson to acknowledge and direct you on speaking.

If you have a app or want to download the app, you can join to view and listen via the app, once you download the app and register, you can then utilize the web link "" and it will allow you to view and hear the meeting.  If you would like to speak, you will also need to call in to speak. The call in number is 1-813-769-0500.  Again, please allow the Chairperson to acknowledge and direct you on speaking.

Please click the Board Information tab at the right for the Agenda
(Available one week prior to each Board meeting).

PRIMARY CONTACT for Special District Purposes:

Director, Dr. Rui-De Xue, Ph.D.

Contact the website administrator with any questions or concerns: or 904-471-3107



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