Vegetation Management 2020 events:
June 17 th, 8:00-11:30
June 26 th, 9:30-12:00
Aug. 7-16 *Canceled
County assistance (June 2020)
"At this time during the pandemic, the field inspection program is focusing efforts on the highest priority species of noxious weeds: Class A weeds and also Poison hemlock.
Pasture surveys and responding to reports of all other species will be delayed.
When you let us know about an infestation, please email our office pictures of the noxious weeds that you are concerned about (size 10mb per email) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide in-focus, close-up pictures of the flowers and leaves. Also please show scale in at least one picture with a standard-sized object such as a coin. We will prioritize responding to reports that have pictures to go with them.
We’re here to help… from a distance!”
Coordinator, Clark County Noxious Weed Control Board
Clark County Vegetation Management is responsible, by state law, for controlling noxious weeds in Clark County. It is made up of five members of the Clark County Weed Board, appointed by the Board of County Councilors.
If you have received a warning letter and have questions please email us at email@example.com or call us at call 564.397.6140.
If you or your neighbors have a problem with noxious weeds, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 564.397.6140.
The resources listed below will help you identify some common noxious weeds and business that help with removal:
- Weed Identification
- 2020 Clark County Noxious Weed List (PDF)
- 2020 Mower and Sprayers Contractor List (PDF)
- 2020 Clark County Certified Hay and Mulch Growers (PDF)
Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan
Thanks to our partners and the community for their involvement in help with the Final Draft Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan to address Eurasian watermilfoil in Vancouver Lake.
For more information about the IAVMP, contact the Clark County Vegetation Management by email, email@example.com, or by phone, 564.397.6140.
Help keep out invasive weeds
Clean hiking boots, waders, boats and trailers, off-road vehicles and other gear to stop invasive species from hitching a ride to a new location. Learn more at PlayCleanGo.org.
Avoid dumping aquariums or live bait into waterways. Learn more at Washington Invasive Species Council.
Don't move firewood. Instead, buy it where you'll burn it or gather it on-site when permitted. Learn more at DontMoveFirewood.org.
Plant only non-invasive vegetation in your garden and remove any known invaders.
Report new or expanded invasive species outbreaks to authorities. Here is how to Report a Sighting.
Volunteer to help remove invasive species from public lands and natural areas.
Ask your political representatives at the state, local and national level to support invasive species control efforts.
Free Pollinator Friendly Flower Mix
Attract bees, butterflies and pollinators to your garden with this non-invasive pollinator friendly flower mix.
Order your free seeds today from the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board.
More about weed control
Learn more about vegetation management in Clark County by watching this May 2017 CVTV video
Contacting Vegetation Management
Vegetation Management is located in Public Works' 78th Street Operations Center, 4700 NE 78th St., Building G.
Visitors should check in at Building A, located adjacent to Northeast 78th Street.