Integrated Pest Management Commission

Overview

The Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Commission oversees implementation of the Marin County Integrated Pest Management policy and plan, and advises and makes recommendations to the IPM Coordinator and Board of Supervisors. This Commission meets on the fourth Friday of January, April, July and October.  Learn more about the IPM Commission.

2019 Meetings

01/25/19 View Agenda

Commissioners

Nine members serve for two year terms.

  • 1 is a representative of University of California experienced and educated in IPM practices.
  • 1 is a representative of the public health community with expertise and knowledge in the effects of pesticide and chemicals on human health.
  • 1 is a licensed pest control applicator or pest control advisor who is supportive of least-toxic IPM practices and is not a County employee.
  • 5 are appointed; 1 by each County supervisor.
  • 1 is a member of the community-at-large.

View a list of the current members of the IPM Commission. Learn how to apply to become a commissioner.