Noxious Weed Species designated “Undesirable Plants”
within Town of Lake City
In response to the Colorado Weed Management Act, the Board of Trustees of the Town of Lake City passed Ordinance No. 1 (Series 1998) and Ordinance No. 3 (Series 2007) that specified a list of undesirable plants (noxious weed species) subject to control. The plants on the following list have been declared a public nuisance. To combat the spread of these weeds and inhibit their supplanting vulnerable native species, it is considered the general duty of property owners to eliminate these undesirable plants from their property in a manner that is “safe and practical under the circumstances, giving proper regard to other laws, ordinances, rules and regulations enacted for preservation of public and environmental health, safety and welfare.”
For identification purposes and more detailed information on each noxious weed listed below, please click on the individual plant name to link to its photo/informational pdf. PDF sources: Colorado Department of Agriculture Conservation Services Division, 700 Kipling Street, Suite 4000, Lakewood, CO 80215, 303-239-4100; Colorado Department of Agriculture, 305 Interlochen Pkwy, Broomfield, CO 80021, 303-869-9030, email@example.com; United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Town of Lake City Undesirable Plant List:
Local Siting Watch List:
Additional Information - Colorado Noxious Weed Species
List “A” Species are designated by the Department of Agriculture Commissioner for eradication.
List “B” Species are species for which the Commissioner, in consultation with the state noxious weed advisory committee, local governments, and other interested parties, develops and implements state noxious weed management plans designed to stop the continued spread of these species.