Pest Control Businesses - License Registration


All agricultural pest control businesses,  structural pest control businesses, pest control advisers, aircraft pilots and farm labor contractors must annually register either in-person or via mail with our office. Check our fee schedule for registration fee amounts. 

AgBullet Agricultural Pest Control Business - The Qualified licensee responsible for supervising pest control activities of the business must bring or send in the following information with the registration fee:

  • registration form
  • a copy of their current Qualified Applicator License
  • a copy of current PCB License, and
  • a current list of all pest control equipment to be used in the county

Agricultural Pest Control Business licensing information can be found at the  Department of Pesticide Regulation website

AgBullet Maintenance Gardener Business - The Qualified Applicator (QAL/QAC) responsible for supervising pest control activities of the business must bring or send in the following information with the registration fee:

  • registration form
  • a copy of their current Qualified Applicator License or Certificate
  • a copy of current MGB License, and
  • a current list of all pest control equipment to be used in the county  

AgBullet Pest Control Adviser - Pest Control Advisers must bring or send a signed registration form, a copy of their current PCA license and the registration fee.

AgBullet Pest Control Pilot - Pest Control Pilots must bring or send a signed registration form, a copy of their current Apprentice or Journeyman Certificate and the registration fee.

For information on obtaining agricultural licenses, check out the Department of Pesticide Regulations Licensing and Certification Program

AgBullet Farm Labor Contractor - Farm Labor Contractors must read and complete the registration form ( English / Spanish), provide a copy of their current license and pay the registration fee.

For information on obtaining a farm labor contractor license check out the Department of Industrial Relations website . This site also has information on labor law, Cal-OSHA requirements, worker's compensation, retaliation and discrimination.

AgBullet Branch I Structural Pest Control Business - The Qualifying Manager and Branch Supervisor responsible for each location must bring or send in a signed Branch I Operator and Field Representative form, and the registration fee. One fee covers the business and all persons (operators, field representatives and qualifying managers) identified on the  registration form.

Structural licensing and industry requirements can be found at the >  This site also has information on exams, study material, continuing education, forms and fees.

AgBullet Branch II & III Structural Pest Control Business - The Qualifying Manager and Branch Supervisor responsible for each location must bring or send in a signed Branch II & III   registration form and the registration  fee. Companies that are both Branch II and Branch III can register the business as one entity, and the one fee covers both branches.

For information on obtaining structural licenses, check out the Structural Pest Control Board website  .