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Updated: Jul 23, 2023

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Washington State has required landowners to control the noxious weeds within their property since 1881. However, it wasn't until 1969 that active engagement and enforcement of the legislation took effect through the establishment of county-based Noxious Weed Control Boards; these boards provide local enforcement of RCW 17.10 or WAC 16-750.

Washington state / Island County residents must implement measures to control noxious weeds that include tansey, scotch broom, a variety of thistle and a host of other species that quickly become prolific when not monitored and removed prior to going to seed. Please help us comply with the Island County requirements and protect our community from the seeds that will soon be produced by these noxious weeds. We kindly ask that community members check their property for noxious weeds, remove, and dispose of them as soon as possible. Thank you for keeping our community safe and beautiful!

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