The Weed Inspector for the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry is appointed to carry out and perform the duties required of him/her under the provision of the Weed Control Act (Agricultural Complaints) and County By-law No. 4642.
For information on Weed Spraying please visit the Weed Spraying area within the Transportation & Planning Department.
Roadside Spraying Program
Roadside spraying in SDG takes place in May and June of each year. Spraying occurs from the edge of the gravel shoulder to within 1 metre of the property limits and uses selective herbicides to control the growth of undesirable vegetation. The contractor performing the work is fully licensed. Spraying occurs in areas identified during regular weed audits.
Vegetation Management in SDG
SDG is required to keep its roadsides free of undesirable weeds and maintained in a responsible manner. Transportation Services manages roadside vegetation by mowing, brushing, tree cutting and weed spraying. In the spring, the County will spray areas where a significant growth of noxious weeds is occurring. The County also mows unmaintained ditches from the shoulder of the road to the fence line once per year (depending on the steepness of the ditch and weather conditions). Mowing begins in June and finishes in October. Tree and brush trimming occurs from spring to fall.
Contact for Weed Inspector
Anyone needing more information or that has information on specific locations where noxious or nuisance weeds are growing should complete the form below and forward it to the Weed Inspector, Peter Leyenaar, at email@example.com or 613-774-3885.
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