Rodent Control Program Profiles
In 2015, CDC’s Environmental Health Services Branch (EHSB) partnered with the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) to better understand the capacity of local rodent control programs across the United States.
These documents have not been revised or edited to conform to agency standards. The findings and conclusions in these reports are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of CDC.
- Executive Summary: An Assessment of U.S. Local Rodent Control Programs pdf icon[PDF – 363 KB]
- Austin/Travis County (TX) Health and Human Services Department pdf icon[PDF – 124 KB]
- Department of Health in Washington, DC pdf icon[PDF – 135 KB]
- Multnomah County (OR) Department of Public Health pdf icon[PDF – 114 KB]
- New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene pdf icon[PDF – 120 KB]
- Philadelphia Department of Public Health pdf icon[PDF – 118 KB]
- San Francisco Department of Public Health pdf icon[PDF – 124 KB]
- Shelby County (TN) Health Department pdf icon[PDF – 116 KB]
Read the Journal of Environmental Health column published about the project, Rodent Control and Public Health: A Description of Local Rodent Control Programs pdf icon[PDF – 152 KB]
Access additional vector control tools and guidance, training, and research from CDC and our partners on our updated Vector Control and Integrated Pest Management topic page.
Explore NACCHO’s Vector-Borne Disease Control resourcesexternal icon.
EHSB is also working with the Public Health Foundation (PHF) to support performance assessment and improvement at vector control programs. For more information about this project, visit PHF’s Vector Control Program Performance Assessment and Improvement Initiative page.external icon