Here are various brochures to help you identify and control arthropod vectors of disease:

Red Imported Fire Ants
Arachnids (Lice, Mites, Spiders and Ticks)
Black Widow and Brown Recluse Spiders
Head Lice Detection and Control
Rat Mites and Bird Mites
Tick Facts for Kids (K-6)

Bat Information

Bedbugs and Kissing Bugs
Bees, Wasps and Yellowjackets
European Honey Bees
Preparing for Africanized Honey Bees

Beekeepers (who collect swarms)

Bee Smart (K-6)
Bee Stings and Your Pets and Livestock

Yellowjackets of California

Diseases, Vector-Borne
Dog Heartworm
Hantavirus and Arenavirus - Rodent-Borne Disease Information
Lyme Disease
Lyme Disease Rash
Plague - Facts About Plague in California
West Nile Virus
West Nile Virus (Español)
General Information
Services Provided by the Mosquito and Vector Management District of Santa Barbara County

What is a Vector?

Fly Control
Head Lice Detection and Control
Mosquitoes (and Mosquitofish)

Are You Raising Mosquitoes in Your Backyard

Invasive Aedes Detection Alert
Invasive Species Alert - Asian Tiger Mosquito

Invasive Species Alert - Yellow Fever Mosquito

Mosquitoes and Treeholes
Mosquitoes and Wetlands

Mosquito-like Insects
Mosquito Fish Facts

Rodents (Rats and Mice)
Field Mice and House Mice

Ground Covers Not Attractive to Rats

How to Use Rodent Traps
Como Atrapar Roedores (How to Trap Rodents)
Rat Proofing Electric Meter Cabinets
Rodent Proofing Your Residence
Rodent Control in the Business District
What You Can Do To Prevent and Control Rats