The Jefferson County Invasive Species Management program helps the public by developing integrated management plans to control mountain pine beetle and noxious weeds. The program, which includes working with the Jefferson County Open Space Natural Resources section, coordinates with other governmental agencies to achieve regional pest control.
This site includes information to help identify, control and prevent forest pests and noxious weed infestations. Our goal is to educate the public about weed and pest problems and offer solutions.
Noxious Weed Treatment
June 25 -28, 2018
South Table Mountain
Notices are posted on the day of treatment at the main entry kiosks of our parks and we encourage visitors to check there before entering the park.