Paul Harlien

Delta Mosquito and Vector Control District

1737 West Houston Ave.

Visalia, CA 93291


Delta Mosquito and Vector Control District Recognized as “District of Distinction”

Visalia, CA — The Delta Mosquito and Vector Control District received the “District of Distinction” accreditation by the Special District Leadership Foundation (SDLF) for its sound fiscal management policies and practices in district operations.

“SDLF provides an independent audit review of the last three years of the district’s operations to ensure prudent fiscal practices,” said Neil McCormick, SDLF Chief Executive Officer. The committee members who review the audits are volunteers from the special district community, including district controllers, directors of finance and certified general managers.

In addition, the district’s board of directors and executive staff must also show proof of educational training in public governance, as well as compliance with ethics and harassment prevention training.

Furthermore, to receive the recognition, the district’s website must include posting of transparency requirements, including election procedure and deadlines, posted board meeting schedule and agendas, current district budget, most recent financial audit, and a list of compensation of board members and staff or a link to the State Controller’s webpage with the data.

District Mission: The Delta Mosquito and Vector Control District is committed to protecting the public’s health from vector-borne diseases and discomfort by delivering exceptional services which preserve and enhance the quality of life and desirability of the area in order to make Tulare County a safe place to live, work, and raise a family.

SDLF is an independent, non-profit organization formed to promote good governance and best practices among California’s special districts through certification, accreditation, and other recognition programs.