As interactions with wild pigs in urbanized areas are expected to continue increasing, it is critical that the public, government and nongovernment organizations, and wildlife managers work together to control, mitigate, and prevent the invasion of urbanized areas by wild pigs. In addition to humans expanding areas of urbanization across the United States and globally, wild pig populations are correspondingly expanding their range at an accelerated rate and invading new areas. Although wild pigs have a long history of associating with humans and their residences, the degree of that association varies depending upon the type of urbanization. People living in low density, rural communities, especially those associated with agriculture, have a relationship with wild pigs dating back thousands of years. Wild pigs can exhibit high behavioral plasticity in response to human disturbance. Further, animals within the same population can exhibit varying behaviors in response to human activities.