Weed Control

Utah County's weed control division is responsible for enforcing the Utah state weed laws.

Links

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2020 State of Utah Noxious Weed List Public Notice PDF Document
List of Businesses that will treat Noxious Weeds PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Canadian Thistle Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Dyers Woad Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Hoary Cress Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Knapweed and Yellow Star Thistle Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Musk and Scotch Thistle Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Phragmites Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Poison Hemlock Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Purple Loosestrife Treatment PDF Document
USU Extension Field Guides
Early Detection and Distribution Mapping System - West (EDDMapS)
Utah State Noxious Weed Detection and Control Information
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Cutleaf Vipergrass Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Garlic Mustard Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Giant Reed Treatment PDF Document
Utah County Public Works Standard Procedure for Oxeye Daisy Treatment PDF Document



Weed Control Board

Section 4-17-4(4), UCA

The Weed Board members serve a 4 year term. They are responsible for education and finding new ways to control
noxious seed and enforce the state weed laws. The members are assigned to different areas of the county and work with
the people in their areas to address their concerns.

1. Chair of County legislative body shall appoint one (1) member of legislative body to serve as coordinator between County and Weed Board.

2. Two (2) members of Weed Board shall be farmers or ranchers whose primary source of income is from productive agriculture.

3. Can have 3-5 members.

4. 4 year terms.

*Please scroll down the page to Article 12-3



Board Members

Appointed Members Contact Information Date Appointed Term Expiration Date
Nathan Ivie
County Commissioner
Chairman
U.C. Administration Bldg.
100 E Center Street
Provo, Utah 84601
801-851-8100
1/17/2018
1/4/2021
Dean Miner
USU Extension Office
Vice Chairman
100 E Center Street
Provo, Utah 84601
801-851-8469
6/21/2007
Reappointed
12/4/2017
1/5/2019
Rex Larsen
7605 S 1600 W
Leland, UT 84660
801-360-7734
6/11/2013
to an unexpired term
Reappointed
8/22/2017
1/4/2021
Kim Evans
Farmer
850 Whipple Drive
Lehi, Utah 84043
801-541-4058
8/22/2017 1/7/2019
Sid Smart
Farmer
4313 N 900 W
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84662
801-785-6358
5/15/2007
Reappointed
4/10/2012
8/22/2017
1/4/2021