Boulder County has enacted Level 1 Fire Restrictions

Noxious Weeds & Invasive Species Management
Weeds

The Community Planning & Permitting Department physical office in Boulder is now open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Tuesdays the department is open by appointment only from 12:30–4:30 p.m. Most services are available virtually in addition to in-person services. Staff is available at 303-441-3930, online, or via appointment. For Marshall Fire questions, contact MarshallRebuilding@bouldercounty.org.

Noxious Weeds & Invasive Species Management

Noxious weeds and invasive species disrupt native vegetation and ecosystems. Their removal and control is important to protect drinking water supply, agricultural crops, pasture lands and native habitats.

Identification

Learn which plants are considered noxious weeds and how they should be removed.

Integrated Pest Management & Control

Learn how to control noxious weeds and invasive species using a combination of mechanical, cultural, biological and chemical methods.

Report a Concern

Report issues or concerns to the Community Planning & Permitting Department, which is responsible for enforcing compliance with noxious weed regulations in unincorporated Boulder County.

Invasive Plant & Weed Management on Open Space

Learn how noxious weeds are managed on open space property and county maintained road right-of-ways.