Operator Identification Numbers and Restricted Material Permits may be obtained through our office during our regular business hours. Once the information is processed, you may access your information online with an assigned username and password from our office. There you may be able to file Notice of Intents and pesticide use reports.
Private Applicator Certificate Expiration Chart
Last Names that start with A-H Expire 12/31/2015
Last Names that start with I-Q Expire 12/31/2016
Last Names that start with R-Z Expire 12/31/2014
(In order to renew your card you must present six hours of continuing education prior to your card's expiration date or you will need to re-take the test.)
2014 Butte County Rice Conditions
Propanil, Propanil NOI & 1 Mile Wind Speed Monitoring Sheet, 1/2 Mile Wind Speed Monitoring Logsheet
Regiment, 1/2 Mile Wind Speed Monitoring Logsheet, 2 Mile Wind Speed Monitoring Logsheet
Bolero/Abolish (Thiobencarb), Methyl Parathion and Malathion, Rice NOA
Rice Emergency Controlled Release Form
Butte County Air Quality Management District Agreement
Please contact our office for more County specific information.
Pesticide Use Reports
These reports correspond with the Notice of Intents. These forms account for the amount of chemicals used within a 30 day period. They should be filed by the grower or applicator by the 10th day of the following month of application. Pesticide Control Operators (PCO) have 7 days after the application date to file the report.
Butte-Yuba-Sutter Water Quality Coalition
Butte-Yuba-Sutter Water Quality Coalition - Summer 2014 Newsletter
Right to Farm
Butte County Code - Chapter 35 - Protection of Agricultural Land
General Real Estate Ag Declaration
Art 1.5-Civil Code Buyer-Ag Declaration
Current Owner Ag Declaration
Development Ag Declaration
CA Notary Statement
Structural Pest Control Business
The Agricultural Commissioner is also charged with monitoring and inspecting the pesticide use activities of companies and agencies that perform chemical pest control operations in and around homes, buildings, parks, and rights-of-way. This involves spot inspections, headquarter audits, and ensuring that these businesses are properly licensed and registered to work in Butte County. These county enforcement actions, in collaboration with the California Structural Pest Control Board and the Department of Pesticide Regulation, help to protect people and the environment to assure safe pesticide applications in urban areas.
Other available packets
- Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business License Packet
- Pest Control Business License Packet
- Pest Control Dealer Designated Agent License Packet
- Pesticide Broker License Packet
Department of Pesticide Regulations License webpage