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Coos County Noxious Weed 

Control District Advisory Board



On May 7, 2008 during a routine public meeting, the Board of Commissioners discussed, deliberated and voted in favor of Order 08-05-048L, thus forming a Noxious Weed Control District pursuant to ORS 569.360, to cover all land and water within the boundaries of Coos County, and creating a district board (Noxious Weed District Advisory Board). 


The Coos County Noxious Weed Control Advisory Board (Advisory Board) serves at the pleasure of the Board of Commissioners.   The Advisory Board members shall serve as an advisory body with the authority to assist and advise the Board of Commissioners as to the following:

1.         Assisting the county in effective education, outreach,

            and treatment of noxious weeds.

2.         Advocating for effective weed control programs.

3.         Cooperating with local interest groups and    

            state and federal agencies thereby promoting


4.         Assisting in accessing funding.

5.         Reporting and making recommendations to the 

            Coos County Board of Commissioners.

6.         Assisting the county with identification of appropriate

            additions to and deletions from the Coos County

            Noxious Weed List.



Noxious weeds are prioritized into three categories:

“A” designated weed – a weed of known economic importance which occurs in the county in small enough infestations to make eradication/containment possible; or is not known to occur, but its presence in neighboring counties make future occurrence in Coos County seem imminent.

“B” designated weed – a weed of economic importance which is abundant in parts of the county, but which may have limited distribution in some areas. 

“T” designated weed – Species from either the A or B lists that is Targeted (T) to be the focus for prevention and control within the county. Actions against these species will be a priority. 

Check out the most up to date Coos County Noxious Weed List





The Coos County Noxious Weed Control District Advisory Board is now accepting Herbicide Cost-Share Applications.  This year the cost-share program will be focusing on assisting landowners with herbicides to treat noxious weeds that have been identified by Coos County as "targeted for control", these can be found on the Coos County's official Noxious Weed List under "T". All applications must be received by 5:00 pm on May 31, 2018


2018 Coos County Noxious Weed List

Current Board Members



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