The Pesticide Regulation Division serves
to protect public health and safety, pesticide handlers, agricultural
workers, and the environment from the harmful effects of pesticide
use. Professional pest control operators, advisers, commercial
applicators, growers, pesticide dealers, and other
users are regulated for the purpose of preventing the inappropriate
or illegal use of pesticides.
The Division collects samples to be analyzed by the toxicology
laboratory for project monitoring and agricultural or structural
pesticide related investigations.
We offer training for other county personnel,
governmental agencies, schools and private applicators in
the safe and effective use of pesticides. This training is
to insure pesticide usage complies with state and federal
laws and regulations, is appropriate, and least hazardous
to humans, animals, and the environment.
For the following Los Angeles County
registration forms, call the Pesticide
Regulation Division at (626)
- Structural Companies
- Agricultural Companies
Pest control business