ALAMOSA — Alamosa County and the Northwest Weed District would like to inform you that they will be starting the Noxious Weed Control Season mid-May 2020. They will start out the year spot spraying and mowing on county right-of-ways.
They have teamed up with the State of Colorado to do multiple bio-control releases around Alamosa County in early to mid-May. If you are interested in allowing your property to be used for the release of bio-control species please contact us for more information.
This year, all organic farmers, organic pastures, beekeepers, and chemically sensitive citizens are asked to register to be on the “NO SPRAY” list on the following website https:// fieldwatch.com/.
Regardless of whether you have registered with the county before, you must now register every year and post signage along your property boundaries. Being on the “NO SPRAY” list obligates the property owner to control noxious weeds on their property. There are “No Spray” signs available for purchase on our website at alamosacounty.org.
WE WILL SPRAY all rightof-ways that have not registered AND posted “NO SPRAY” signs... Alamosa County Code Enforcement will be issuing notices to property owners on the “NO SPRAY” list who do not control noxious weeds along county right-of-ways adjacent to their properties.
For questions please contact the Alamosa County Noxious Weed program at: 8999 Independence Way Ste 100 Alamosa, CO 81101 [email protected] Office: (719)-589-3812 Cell Phone: (719)-480- 9923