About Us



  

The boundaries, outlined in red above, indicate the area in the county for which SMAD conducts mosquito control activities.







Welcome to the web site for Summit Mosquito Abatement District (SMAD)! We provide mosquito control services within Summit County.  The district has 20 employees who work throughout the mosquito season (from about April to September) going to nearly every corner of the county to find and eliminate mosquito populations.  Our mission is not to completely eradicate mosquitoes but to enhance residents' health and quality of life by suppressing diseases and reducing the annoyance levels caused by mosquitoes.  Based on the positive feedback we have received from residents, we believe that our services are achieving the intended goal.  

The district was first organized in 1983 as North Summit Mosquito Abatement District, providing services to communities in the northern part of the county. Concerned with the introduction of West Nile Virus into the county in 2002, the remaining communities were annexed into the district and began receiving mosquito control services, thus the change from North Summit Mosquito Abatement District to Summit Mosquito Abatement District.  

Communication and cooperation with residents, property owners, and other governmental agencies are critical in our efforts to reduce mosquito populations. SMAD strives to be open and responsive to the needs and requests of county residents. 


Job Announcement

Summit Mosquito Abatement District is currently recruiting a Vector Control Technician.  This is a full-time, seasonal position (40 hours/week from April to September).  The job entails spending time in the field conducting surveillance and treatment activities of mosquito populations throughout Summit County. 

Minimum qualifications include:  Graduation from high school (or equivalency), possess a valid Utah driver’s license with an excellent driving record, must obtain (within 2 months of employment) a Non-commercial Pesticide Applicators License from the Utah State Department of Agriculture, be in good physical condition with the ability to lift up to 50 lbs., establish and maintain an effective working relationship with co-workers and the public, and organize work load and time efficiently.

Those interested may complete the attached application on this site or obtain an application at the district office:  1735 S. Hoytsville Road, Wanship, Utah.  

Completed applications can be submitted online at summitmad@allwest.net or by mail at P.O. Box 523, Coalville, Utah  84017.

For questions, please call 435-336-2088 or email summitmad@allwest.net.

The closing date is Friday, March 27th at 5 p.m.

Summit Mosquito Abatement District is an equal opportunity employer.  


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Bryan Stephens,
Mar 18, 2015, 6:50 AM