Work Request
Please provide the following information to schedule weed control services. After you submitting this form, you will receive a confirmation email with further instructions.
Email address *
Personal info
Do you want to request financial assistance *
At the Pacific County Noxious Weed Control Board, our top priority is protecting our community, not collecting fees. We offer a variety of flexible payment options so that everyone has access to weed control. We can work with you to come up with a plan that fits your situation, even if you are unemployed or on a fixed income. Thanks to state grants and the noxious weed assessment, many of our services are available for FREE!
Name *
Phone number *
Mailing address *
Weed problem details
We need to know a few things before we can get started. The more information we have, the better we can prepare for successful weed control. Please be as detailed as possible.
Target weeds *
If you aren't sure, just guess. Check all that apply.
Site address *
Tax parcel ID
please provide if the site is difficult to locate by address alone.
Is this your residence? *
Property ownership status *
Has this property been treated for weeds before? *
What measures, if any, have been taken to address noxious weeds on this property in the past? Is this the first time you have dealt with noxious weeds as the property owner?
Do you authorize PACIFIC COUNTY NOXIOUS WEED CONTROL BOARD to enter the property listed above for the purpose of documenting and/or controlling noxious weeds? *
Do you authorize the use of herbicides by a licensed applicator to control noxious weeds on your property when needed? *
Set the scene... *
Are the weeds standing alone in a field? Are they in the woods? Are they next to your heirloom tomato garden? What is the situation? The more info you provide, the easier it will be to show up with the right materials and equipment.
Site dimensions (estimate)? *
What is the total area that the weeds are contained within? This will help us determine population density. A property may have just a few plants distributed throughout a large site, or a solid patch concentrated in one place. Use whatever units you are comfortable with.
Solid acreage of weeds (estimate)?
If all of the weeds were gathered together in one clump, how big would that clump be? This one can be tricky, just give your best guess.
Number of weeds (estimate)?
Acreage isn't always the right tool for quantifying weeds. Sometimes it is just easier to count them.
Access to the weeds? *
Please explain where to park, how to find the weeds, and any other info that will help our technicians get the job done.
Other useful information?
If there is anything else that you think will be helpful, please add it here. Scary dogs, bee hives, on-site water, angry neighbors, etc... This can be anything you want us to know ahead of time.
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