In 1935, Assembly Bill 2382 established “[a]n act to regulate the practice of structural pest control, to create the Structural Pest Control Board, to provide for the registration and licensing of persons engaged in such practice, and for the protection of the public in the practice of structural pest control.” The bill was signed by the governor on July 20, 1935 and became law on September 15, 1935.
The Structural Pest Control Board’s mission is to protect the general welfare of Californians and the environment by promoting outreach, education, and regulation of the structural pest management profession.
The Structural Pest Control Board sets the standard as the national regulatory and environmental leader of pest management for consumer protection.
- Consumer Protection
Visit the Structural Pest Control Board’s website at www.pestboard.ca.gov.
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- What is Structural Pest Control?
- Brochures and Documents Regarding Structural Pest Control
- Verify a structural pest control company or licensee
- Filing a Complaint with the Structural Pest Control Board