As part of ongoing efforts to control non-native, invasive plant species that are an economic and environmental threat to the land value in Eagle County, community operations oversees the weed management program which is consistent with State and County laws and regulations. Part of the effort includes spraying noxious weeds on CMD/CPOA open space.
Property owners may see community operations staff or contractors spraying on CMD/CPOA property over the summer months.
Property owners are also reminded of their responsibility to mitigate noxious weeds on private property. Of particular concern in the Cordillera community are Houndstongue, Oxeyed Daisy, Thistle and Toadflax. If these plants are found on private property, community operations will notify the property owner of the undesirable plants and coordinate with the owner a weed management program.
If you have questions about the weed management program, contact Trevor Broersma, community operations director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.