Leavenworth Mosquito District

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The purpose of this website is to provide an on-going information based web environment for the Leavenworth community. We encourage you to explore this site and hope that you find it helpful and informative. 



We are always interested in communications between the Leavenworth Mosquito Control District and our local community! We encourage all comments and suggestions!


Please contact Manager Jennifer Mullins with any addtional questions at 509/548-5904

  • Meetings are held on the first or third Monday of the month at 7PM at the Chelan County PUD or the Fire Hall in Leavenworth (see Activity Calendar).  

  • A special board meeting may be held if aerial spraying appears necessary for the control of West Nile virus.
~As required, the media would be notified in advance of such a meeting
  • For the most up-to-date meeting information please see our Activity Calendar, or call 509/548-5904 for further information. 
~Note: meetings are generally not held from December through February 



ard Members:

Dayle Massey: President ~ Chester Marler: Secretary

Denise Pinkham: Treasurer ~ Sharon Waters: Board Member ~ Nick Stemm: Board Member

LMCD Employees

Jennifer Mullins: Manager, Mosquito Control ~ Theresa Sessions: Assistant, Moquito Control


~Our Mission~

To provide safe, economical and effective mosquito control for the protection of public health as well as the enhanced enjoyment of local outdoor activities by residents and visitors alike. 


How You Can Help Fight Mosquitoes:

1. Empty standing water from old tires, buckets, toys, etc.
2. Empty and change the water in bird baths, fountains, wading pools, rain barrels and potted plant trays at least once a week.
3. Drain or fill temporary pools with dirt.
4. Keep swimming pools treated and circulating.
5. Make sure window and door screens are "bug tight".
6. Replace outdoor lights with yellow "bug" lights.

We encourage residents to call 509/548-5904 to report sightings of two or more mosquitoes within the Leavenworth District  (within ~ 2 miles of Leavenworth proper). 
This allows us to more efficiently track and treat breeding sites