You have ten (10) days to take action once you receive a notice from the Spokane County Noxious Weed Control Board.
We will contact the Board for you, once you have scheduled treatment for your property.
**Treatment Schedule runs from April through September**
More information about Noxious Weed Control for Spokane County land and homeowners is available here.
The term ‘Noxious Weed‘ refers to non-native plants that have been accidentally introduced to Spokane County through human actions and threaten agricultural crops, local ecosystems or fish and wildlife habitat.
A state law passed in 1969 mandated that all counties in Washington have a program to combat noxious weeds. Under this law, landowners are required to control or eradicate noxious weeds on their land.
The Spokane County Noxious Weed Control Board is responsible for implementing and enforcing a program to combat noxious weeds in our county. It is their job to continually survey the land throughout the county and notify landowners of infestation of noxious weeds.
Conditions Affecting Treatment: