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WHO WE ARE

About Us

West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District is a non-profit special district established to protect public health. Our mission is to enhance health and quality of life through the control of mosquitoes and other vectors and the diseases they transmit. 

Our Mission

ABOUT US

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We were founded on December 5, 1983, by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors after a group of citizens pushed to form a Mosquito Abatement District.

The District serves over 650,000 people residing in 6 cities: Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, and surrounding county areas. 

Each city has an appointed person serving on the Board of Trustees while the county areas we serve have an at-large representative.  If you live within our service area, feel free to call us or fill out a service request online for any vector issues. We are here to assist you in any way we can.

District Boundaries shown in purple

We are a Special District dedicated to protecting public health. For more information on California Special Districts, visit districtsmakethedifference.org

Board of Trustees

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Board of Trustees are officials appointed by their respective city councils to govern the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District knowledgeably and effectively. Trustees are highly dedicated to this community service. Trustees are appointed for a fixed term of either two (2) or four (4) years, depending on what their appointing body decides.

Mayor Paul Leon Ontario

PAUL LEON - PRESIDENT

(ONTARIO)

TERM: JANUARY 2019 - JANUARY 2023

William Wittkopf Rancho Cucamonga

WILLIAM WITTKOPF - VICE PRESIDENT

(RANCHO CUCAMONGA)

TERM: JANUARY 2019 - JANUARY 2024

Carolyn Raft Montclair

CAROLYN RAFT -SECRETARY

(MONTCLAIR)

TERM: JANUARY 2020 – JANUARY 2024

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CHRISTOPHER FLORES

(CHINO)

TERM: JANUARY 2023 - JANUARY 2024

Gary George County at Lar

GARY GEORGE

(COUNTY AT LARGE)

MARCH 2019 - JANUARY 2023

Brian Johz Chino Hills

BRIAN JOHSZ

(CHINO HILLS)

TERM:JANUARY 2020 – JANUARY 2023

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CARLOS GARCIA

(UPLAND)

TERM: JANUARY 2021 - JANUARY 2023

Our Employees

OUR EMPLOYEES

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ADMINISTRATIVE

Dr. Michelle Brown

DR. MICHELLE BROWN

DISTRICT MANAGER

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MARY QUANSTROM

FINANCE/HR DIRECTOR

Kecia Pitts-Love

KECIA PITTS-LOVE

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

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MARIA TAHA

ACCOUNTING CLERK

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Brian Reisinger

BRIAN REISINGER

COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR

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David Lopez

OUTREACH ASSISTANT

SCIENTIFIC/LABORATORY

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DR. SOLOMON BIRHANIE

SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR

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JENNIFER THIEME CASTELLON

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VALERIE GRAVILONI

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MAYRA MACIAS

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VERONICA SALCEDO

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KEVIN GONZALEZ

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JACOB HANS

TECHNICAL SERVICES

Robert Real

ROBERT REAL

OPERATIONS DIRECTOR

Robby Garner

ROBBY GARNER

Alfonso Melgoza

ALFONSO MELGOZA

FIELD SUPERVISOR

Daniel Esquibel

DANIEL ESQUIBEL

Ryan Bowman

RYAN BOWMAN

Alex Freire

ALEX FREIRE

ALEXIS MARTINEZ

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OSCAR SEGOVIANO

Oscar Segoviano
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HASMEED MACHUCA

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ANGEL OLIVOS

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JAMES SERBLIC

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JOSE ROSALES

MATTHEW PELSUE

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LUIS FRANCO

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LIZZ ZARATE

District Transparency

District Transparency

Board Agendas

The District is dedicated to providing information to the public, both in public health and transparency so our residents can stay informed in all areas.  The District is a Public Health agency special district whose powers are derived from the California Health and Safety Codes.  Codes are available HERE

District Budget

The District currently operates on an a budget of $3,691,615.00

District Travel Reimbursement 

State Controller's webpages for employee compensation/financial transaction report

District Audited financial statements

SB 272

District Abatement warrant

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SB 272 requires local agencies (excluding school districts) to create a catalog of the enterprise systems that store information about the public. They must post this catalog on their websites or publish the catalog in a way that can be provided to anyone who asks. This law applies to all California special districts, cities and counties, and compliance is required by July 1, 2016.

Above is a chart of software and services used at the West Valley MVCD per requirements of SB272. For questions, contact adminemail@wvmvcd.org

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