SCCMAD's mission is to safeguard the health and comfort of the citizens of South Cook County through a planned program to monitor and reduce mosquitoes and other biting insects that transmit diseases or parasites from one human or animal to another, known as vectors.
SCCMAD's Board of Trustees set the following operational policy in 1955 and it still remains unchanged today:
The South Cook County Mosquito Abatement District will abate effectively and economically the mosquito problem, using modern, scientific, and practical methods of control applied in an orderly and systematic manner while giving due consideration to the rights of property owners, residents, and political subdivisions of the District.
The South Cook County Mosquito Abatement District was organized in March of 1953 and became operational in 1955.
It is bordered by Indiana to the East, Will County to the South and West, and 87th street or the Des Plaines River to the North. It includes 10 Townships.
Meet the team of dedicated professionals that are protecting your community from deadly mosquitoes. These staff members are the ones "holding the line" between an insect that has evolved over many years spreading new diseases to the human population. Together, with the help of the community, through education and awareness we can mitigate the chances of human death or debilitating health issues from these pests.
For outstanding employment opportunities with the South Cook County Mosquito Abatement District please fill out the downloadable employment form and return it to us. All applications will be held for three (3) years on file regardless if we have current openings.
SCCMAD considers all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation or any other legally protected status.