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Agricultural & Environmental Sciences - Structural Pest Control Program

The Structural Pest Control Commission serves to protect the interests, health, safety, and welfare of the Louisiana public through rules and regulations pertaining to structural pest control in the state. 

These rules and regulations include but are not limited to – rules and regulations for governing the different phases of the structural pest control operator's license, to provide minimum specifications for the application of pesticides for the control of specific structural pests, for governing the transportation and handling of pesticides and pesticide application equipment, and for governing the treatment of pesticide residues and the handling and disposal of solid wastes generated in the course of structural pest control work. 

Structural Pest Control Monthly Reporting

Structural Pest Control Forms 

Structural Pest Control Law (RS 3:3361-3377)

Structural Pest Control, Rules and Regulations, State Register, Title 7, Part XXV (Website)

Structural Pest Control Licensee 

Structural Pest Control Technician 

Structural Pest Control Citizen Complaints

Structural Pest Control Recertification Meetings 

Structural Pest Control Commission and Hearings

Structural Pest Control Fee Schedule 

Approved Termiticides and Manufacturers 

Emergency Rule Trench and Treat

Summary Report on LAC 7:XXV.Chapter 1 (Wood destroying insect reports, above ground termite bait stations; pesticide container and containment; rule changles and declaratory rulings.)

Related Sites

Pre-treatment phone numbers
Structural Pest Control 800 Pretreatment Call Numbers  

The Structural Pest Control Commission (SPCC) has create a convenient cost-free way for pest control operators to call in pre-treatment applications across the state.  All pre-treatment of slabs must shall be called or faxed to the department’s district office in which the pretreat occurs, a minimum of 1 hour prior to beginning the application of termiticides. The information provided shall include treatment company name; treatment structure street address, city, parish; directions to the property being pre-treated; date and time of beginning the application of termiticides to the property; square or linear footage of each structure to be treated; and number of structures.  All pest control operators shall keep a log of all pretreats including the information noted.
The following is a list of parishes in each of the department's seven district offices.  Pre-treatments in a parish shall be called into the corresponding district office.
  • Shreveport District―Caddo, Bossier, Webster, Claiborne, Bienville, Red River, and Desoto.
  • Monroe District―Union, Morehouse, West Carroll, East Carroll, Madison, Richland, Ouachita, Lincoln, Jackson, Winn, Caldwell, Franklin, Tensas, Concordia, and Catahoula.
  • Alexandria District―Sabine, Natchitoches, Grant, LaSalle, Avoyelles, Rapides, and Vernon.
  • Crowley District―Beauregard, Allen, Acadia, Jefferson Davis, Cameron, Calcasieu.
  • Opelousas District―Evangeline, St. Landry, St. Martin, Iberia, St. Mary, Vermillion, and Lafayette.
  • Baton Rouge District―Pointe Coupee, West Feliciana, East Feliciana, St. Helena, Tangipahoa, Washington, St. Tammany, Livingston, St. James, Lafourche, Terrebonne, Assumption, Ascension, Iberville, West Baton Rouge, and East Baton Rouge.
  • New Orleans District―St. John the Baptist, St. Charles, Jefferson, Orleans, St. Bernard, and Plaquemines.



Baton Rouge 877.936.2920 
Crowley 877.759.7199 


New Orleans 877.759.6176 
Opelousas 877.759.7203 
Shreveport 877.759.7204



Harry Schexnayder
Director, Structural Pest Control Commission


Tyrone Dudley

Asst. Director, Pesticide
& Environmental Programs

Mary Anderson
Administrative Assistant

Lisa Hall
Administrative Secretary


Mailing Address 
P.O. Box 3596
Baton Rouge, LA  70821-3596

Phone: 225-925-4578
Fax: 225-925-3760 




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