On November 18th, 2017, the Compton Creek Mosquito Abatement District (CCMAD) teamed up with Compton Councilwoman and CCMAD Trustee Janna Zurita to hand out Thanksgiving turkeys to more than 500 families and residents at Gonzales Park.
As we review the various stages of a mosquito’s life cycle, it is important to remember that there is a huge difference in the behavior between male and female mosquitoes. Female mosquitoes are the only ones that bite humans, animals, and mammals in order to draw blood to fertilize their eggs. When we think of mosquitoes as a Public...
Two invasive Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes were discovered for the first time in Long Beach last week. The Compton Creek Mosquito Abatement District (District) joined a dozen members of the Long Beach Health Department (LBHD) in going door to door for property inspections in North Long Beach.
Contractors with the Compton Creek Mosquito Abatement District (CCMAD) began removing vegetation and debris clogging the Compton Creek this week. Clearing the debris will restore water flow and eliminate a large stagnant pool – an ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes.
The Compton Creek Task Force Revitalization Committee responds to the city of Compton's needs to keep the bike paths clear, with help from volunteers, the Compton Creek Mosquito Abatement District (CCMAD) and local elected city officials. Everyone is doing their part to keep Compton clean.