Pesticide Safety Program
The Agricultural Commissioner administered Pesticide Use Enforcement program is responsible for ensuring the safe use of pesticides in all settings in the county. Through training and outreach, we strive to educate pesticide users of their legal responsibilities. Through inspections and investigations we ensure the safety of workers, the public and the environment.
New Updated Fieldworker forms A-9, Pesticide Handler Information, and Pesticide Safety Series Information are now available.
- Fieldworker forms A-9: English and Spanish: Spanish
- Pesticide Handler information: English and Spanish
- Pesticide Safety Info Series: English and Spanish
- Pesticide handler training form English (PDF) Opens a New Window. and Spanish (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Fieldworker training form English (PDF) Opens a New Window. and Spanish (PDF) Opens a New Window.
This information is for QAL, QAC, pest control adviser (PCA) and PAC license and certificate holders. The Napa County Agricultural Commissioner’s Office does not endorse or offer any opinion as to the value of these services. DPR offers a list of classes available in the state.
Database of Agricultural Pesticides
For a comprehensive database of agricultural pesticides applied in Napa County visit the California Department of Pesticide Regulation Pesticide Use Reporting page. Select desired year to begin query; results are indexed by agricultural commodity or by chemical name.
|Business Type||Violation Type||Fine Amount|
|Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business||Hazard Communication||$300|
|Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business||Unlicensed Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business||$250|
|Pest Control Business – Vineyard Management||Decontamination Facility||$250|
|Pest Control Business – Vineyard Management||Personal Protective Equipment Use – Eyewear Backflow Prevention/Airgap||$600|
|Pest Control Business – Vineyard Management||Application-Specific Information||$300|