Public Relations Department

Program objectives:

  • Through the implementation of a comprehensive public relations strategy this program strives to protect the health and welfare by promoting awareness, accountability, cost-effectiveness, transparency and trust between us and the citizens of the communities we so proudly serve.

Scope of program:

  • The Public Relations department works year-round to strengthen and maintain the integrity of District’s public persona through press releases, interviews and community appearances.

  • District staff connects with the public through participation in a wide variety of local fairs and community events. These types of venues offer the opportunity for the public to ask questions and become more familiar with the District's programs and services. Click here to view all upcoming events that the District is participating in. 

  • Informational brochures and visual displays are utilized to educate the public on ways to protect themselves, their families and pets from mosquitoes and potential vector-borne diseases. Publication of annual reports, educational materials, and  radio advertisements help to raise public awareness of vector populations and the efforts the District puts forward to manage them.

Free services available:

  • Presentations on topics such as District services, mosquito prevention and control, West Nile virus, the biology and control of yellowjackets, ticks and Lyme disease and other vector control related issues.

  • If your community group or agency is interested in scheduling a presentation please contact Nizza Sequeira, Public Relations Director at 707-285-2093 or email Nizza Sequeira.