Noxious Weeds

Contact Us
Parks and Recreation Director
Director
Kurt Wolf
Administrative Assistant
Assistant
Stefanie Bork
Recreation Supervisor
Recreation Supervisor
Tara Woods
Parks Superintendent
Parks Superintendent
Edward Heider
Phone Numbers
1-208-634-3006
Fax: 1-208-634-3038
Emergencies: Dial 911
Location
Rec. Physical 210 E. Park St.OR Parks Physical 101 W. Forest St.
Mailing 216 E. Park St.
McCall,
ID
83638

Hours
Parks and Recreation Office
Daily 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

                                                                                                           

 Kevyn Boothe

Parks Lead

Noxious Weed Coordinator 

101 W. Forest St. 


Noxious weeds are introduced plants from other parts of the world that are not native to the area and out compete and displace native vegetation.  Many were brought here for ornamentals, were in contaminated seed sources, world freight travels, etc.  There are 67 weeds designated as “noxious” by the Idaho Department of Agriculture and 11 of these currently exist in and around the City of McCall.  You may have seen recent weekly newspaper picture ads; Wanted Dead, Not Alive of some of the key noxious weeds in our area, including;  spotted knapweed, yellow toadflax, houndstongue, and Canada thistle.

McCall City is part of the Upper Payette Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) and coordinates control work with Steve Anderson, Valley County Weed and Pest Control Agent and other CWMA members.  The foundation for cooperative noxious weed control has been established and help is available through Valley County Weed and Pest Control. There are many opportunities for City individuals, landowners, etc. to capitalize on support provided by the County Weed Program.  For example, Home Owner Associations can organize a ‘Spray Day’ and backpack sprayers, guidance and herbicide can be provided by the County.

McCall City has had an active noxious weed control program for the last several years.  Their focus is to control weeds in City Parks, along bike paths/walkways, road R-O-Ws and City property.  Very frequently, weeds on adjacent private land are not being controlled and they continue to provide a seed source for expanding infestations.  It is a land owners duty and responsibility as per Idaho Code 22-2407(1) to control noxious weeds on their property.

Have questions? contact Ed Heider 634-8969 or Steven Anderson 315-0368.


  • Pre-Register to use equipment and chemicals as part of "Let's Pull Together":  Fill out this form
  • Report an infestation of noxious weeds in the city: here.

This following map shows where we have recently sprayed for noxious weeds, and where we have scheduled to spray in near future. 

 



Noxious Weed Control- Take the time to care