Let's control vector-borne disease.

VectorSurv helps public health agencies manage surveillance data, visualize trends, and make real-time decisions to prevent the spread of vector-borne diseases and protect public health.

  • VectorSurv Gateway

    VectorSurv Gateway

    Vector control and public health agencies use the Gateway to manage and analyze surveillance and control data. Each agency maintains all privileges to manage its own data and user accounts.

  • VectorSurv Maps

    VectorSurv Maps

    Shows past and present results of surveillance for arboviruses and invasive mosquitoes. Users with a Gateway login can also visualize abundance, insecticide resistance, and West Nile Virus risk.

  • VectorSurv Open Data

    Coming Soon

    Soon you'll be able to download mosquito abundance and arbovirus surveillance data from participating VectorSurv agencies in order to conduct your own research.

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    Our impact:

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    states and territories

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    We have users in:


  • Arizona Department of Health Services
  • California

  • California Department of Public Health, Vector-Borne Disease Section
  • California West Nile virus Website
  • Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California
  • Locations of mosquito control agencies
  • California surveillance data request form
  • Colorado

  • Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment: Animal-related Diseases
  • Colorado Environmental Public Health Tracking: Vector-borne Disease
  • Hawaii

  • Hawaii State Department of Health
  • Idaho

  • Idaho Department of Health & Welfare: West Nile Virus
  • Kentucky

  • Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services: Tickborne Diseases
  • Louisiana

  • Louisiana Department of Health
  • Nebraska

  • Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
  • New Jersey

  • New Jersey Department of Health Vector-borne Surveillance Reports
  • New Jersey Adult Mosquito Surveillance Reports
  • New York

  • New York State Department of Health: Mosquitoes and Disease
  • New York State Department of Health: Lyme Disease and Other Diseases Carried by Ticks
  • North Carolina

  • North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
  • North Dakota

  • North Dakota Department of Health
  • Ohio

  • Ohio Department of Health Zoonotic Disease Program
  • Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma State Department of Health
  • Oregon

  • Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division
  • South Dakota

  • South Dakota Department of Health
  • Tennessee

  • Tennessee Department of Health
  • US-Affiliated Pacific Islands

  • Pacific Island Health Officers Association
  • Guam
  • Republic of Palau
  • Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
  • Federated States of Micronesia
  • Republic of the Marshall Islands
  • Utah

  • Utah Department of Health
  • Utah Mosquito Abatement Association
  • Washington

  • Washington State Department of Health
  • Wyoming

  • Wyoming Department of Health Infectious Disease Epidemiology Unit
  • How we work:

    VectorSurv works closely with state and local agencies and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Vector-Borne Diseases to facilitate real time analytics and sharing that informs decision makers at all levels from local to federal, including easy reporting to ArboNet.

    VectorSurv is made possible by the collaboration and input of our partner agencies and by grants received from the funding partners over the years since we first launched the system in 2006.

    Our funders:

  • U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • State of California
  • NASA Applied Sciences, Health & Air Quality Program
  • Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • We're here to help. Have questions for our team?
    Send them to help@vectorsurv.org anytime.

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