2014 Drought Information Resources - click here
Media Statement on Pesticide Drift in San Joaquin County - click here
THE AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER enforces the provisions of the California Food and Agricultural Code for the protection of the public's health, safety and welfare, and to promote and protect the agricultural industry. Please visit the Glassy-winged Sharpshooter for more information.
The Agriculture Office now allows the public to submit online notice of intents for pesticide usage. You will need to have your Permit Number ready. Please visit the CalAgPermits - Use Reports / NOIs for more information.
Exotic Invasive Quarantine Projects:
ASIAN CITRUS PSYLLID (ACP) For the latest information and updates regarding Asian Citrus Psyllid click here
• EUROPEAN GRAPEVINE MOTH (EGVM) For the latest information and updates regarding European Grapevine Moth click here
• LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH (LBAM) For the latest information and updates regarding Light Brown Apple Moth quarantine click here
• BROWN MARMORATED STINKBUG (BMSB) For the latest information and updates regarding Brown Marmorated Stinkbug click here
ORDINANCE FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF WALNUTS - click here
San Joaquin County Robert J. Cabral Agricultural Center
Facility Use and Meeting Room Reservation Page click here
CalAgPermits Online viewing of your Permits, submission of Pesticide Use Reports and Notices of Intent.
Please sign-up as a user or click on CalAgPermits link under Program Services menu.
THE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES DIVISION tests, seals, or condemns all commercial weighing and measuring devices in the county; performs vapor recovery system inspections; inspects prepackaged items to assure content; tests and inspects petroleum products for quality and label truth; and, regulates procedures used by Weighmasters to issue certificates for the sale of bulk products. Please visit our site for more information.
SELECT SAN JOAQUIN AND SUPPORT LOCAL AGRICULTURE Select San Joaquin is a program developed to encourage consumers to support local agriculture by choosing County-grown produce when they shop. The program aims to educate consumers on the importance of agriculture to the local economy and promotes the healthy benefits of eating freshly, grown local produce. To find out more about the program, sponsored events, agriculture facts, health benefits and recipes please click here.