Financials, Reports & Policies

The Collier Mosquito Control District is supported by an ad valorem tax paid by residents within its District boundaries. See the financial reports below for more information about the District’s budget. The annual reports provide a concise review of the District’s activities, achievements, and operations for the years indicated.


The fiscal year runs from October 1 through September 30.  You can click on the buttons below to download more information about the District’s financials.


2023-2024 Annual Certified Budget 
2023-2024 Budget Amendment #1
2022-2023 Annual Certified Budget 
2022-2023 Budget Amendment #1
2022-2023 Budget Amendment #2
2022-2023 Budget Amendment #3
2022-2023 Budget Amendment #4
2021-2022 Budget 
2021-2022 Budget Amendment #1
2021-2022 Budget Amendment #2
2021-2022 Budget Amendment #3
2020-2021 Budget with Amendments
2020-2021 Amendment #3
2019-2020 Budget with Amendments
2018-2019 Budget with Amendments
2017-2018 Budget with Amendments


View the District’s audited financial statements

Annual Reports

2022 Annual Report
2021 Annual Report
2020 Annual Report
2019 Annual Report
2018 Annual Report
2017 Annual Report
2016 Annual Report
2015 Annual Report


As the human population or threat of mosquito-borne disease in any given area within Collier County increases, it is inevitable that there may be need for the Collier Mosquito Control District (“District”) to expand its geographical boundaries. The impetus for considering expansion of the District’s geographical boundaries may arise from the District’s Board of Commissioners, the District’s Executive Director, the community, the Florida Department of Health, the Collier County Board of County Commissioners or other governmental agencies.
Justification for considering expansion of the District’s geographical boundaries may include the following:

  • New or changing threats to public health
  • Excessive mosquito populations in areas adjacent to inhabited areas
  • Forecasted increases in permanent population into areas not previously within the District’s geographical boundaries
  • Integrated Mosquito Management (IMM) in terms of new and/or different ways of controlling mosquitoes
  • Environmental concerns

The unique geography, complex ecology and mandates of numerous governmental agencies managing portions of the lands within Collier County all present challenges to effective mosquito control. Expansion of the District’s geographical boundaries into historically excluded environmentally sensitive areas should be carefully considered on a case-by-case basis. The District believes that the residents it serves would directly benefit from the research and surveillance data provided from gaining access to such environmentally sensitive areas.

The District’s geographical boundaries shall be expanded or otherwise amended in compliance with Section 388.211, Florida Statutes, and any other applicable general or special laws, as they may be amended from time to time. Prior to expansion of the District’s geographical boundaries, a feasibility study shall be conducted. The scope of such feasibility study shall be designed and adjusted as deemed necessary by the District’s Executive Director to determine the viability of the proposed expansion. To the extent permitted by the applicable authorities governing the environmentally sensitive areas, any decision by the District to treat (versus merely researching and surveilling) environmentally sensitive areas must be approved by a majority of the Board of Commissioners of the District.