Marin / Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control District

District Board


The District is governed by a 24-member Board of Trustees appointed to a two or four-year term:
  • Belvedere: Lee Braun
    Term expires: January 2018
  • Cloverdale: Vacant
  • Corte Madera: Nancy Barnard
    Term expires: December 2018
  • Cotati: Yvonne Van Dyke
    Term expires: December 2016
  • Fairfax: Frank Egger
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Healdsburg: Shaun McCaffery
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Larkspur: Tom Bradner
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Marin County At Large: Ed Schulze
    Term expires: December 2019
  • Marin County At Large: Terry Pebbles
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Mill Valley: Sandy Ross
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Novato: Herb Rowland Jr.
    Term expires: December 2016
  • Petaluma: Steve Ayala
    Term expires: December 2016
  • Rohnert Park: Paul Libeu
    Term expires: December 2016
  • Ross: Paul Sagues
    Term expires: December 2017
  • San Anselmo: William Holland
    Term expires: December 2016
  • San Rafael: Pamela Harlem
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Santa Rosa: Art Deicke
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Sausalito: Vacant
  • Sebastopol: Una Glass
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Sonoma: Laurie Gallian
    Term expires: December 2018
  • Sonoma At Large: Tamara Davis
    Term expires: December 2018
  • Sonoma At Large: Richard Stabler
    Term expires: December 2017
  • Tiburon: Laura Fennema
    Term expires: December 2016
  • Windsor: Martin Castro
    Term expires: December 2017

Board Meetings


  • 7 p.m.
  • 2nd Wednesday monthly
  • District Office
    595 Helman Lane
    Cotati, CA 94931

Staff


Number of personnel: 31 total full-time equivalent positions. Current management contacts are as follows:

About the District


  • Land Area: 2,300 square miles
  • Population: 736,000
  • Areas Served: All of Marin and Sonoma Counties.
  • Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2014-15: $8,277,287
  • Services: Protecting the health and welfare of the community from mosquitoes and vector-borne disease. In addition to mosquito abatement, MSMVCD also offers free delivery of mosquito fish for permanent ponds or water features, treatment of in-ground yellow jacket nests and rodent advice inspections.