Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever (DHF) cases were increasing and became an outbreak event. The Ministry of Health provided solutions which were based on the minimum services standard (SPM) in the health sector as a concequence of distnctslcities autonomy regulation that stress on the decentralization including the health sector. This research aimed to determine implementation of the SPM, especially in the prevention and DHF controlling program in the Semarang City Health Office to policy makers conduct proper activities. It was a case study using a descriptive analysis with Semarang City Health Office as the subject. The subject was selected purposive. Data were collected by Focus Group Discussion. The participants were health office staffs who were involved in the DB controlling program (Program Pemberantasan DBD). And a depth interview was done for structural functionary staffs as heads of participant discussion. The SPM from the department of Health could not be applied in the city level. Semarang City Health Office developed SPM which composed at various health programs, including P2DBD. The description of SPM for P2DBD was referring to the technical instruction of P2DBD from the Department of Helath and Central Java Province Health Office. SPM socialization put more concern tohealth office staffs or community as the main stakeholders and consumers. To enhance qualified service for the community,a team was established for the SPM development in health sector for Semarang City.