The Noxious Weed Advisory Commission is State Mandated by House Bill 90-1175. The Commission recommends policies and programs related to management of undesirable plants within the broader framework of a long-term resource management goal for the County; encourages research, understanding, and education regarding noxious weeds; assists the Board of County Commissioners in assessing the extent of noxious weeds existing in Douglas County, and collaborates with the municipalities, government agencies, other county weed boards and weed control officers in the furtherance of noxious weed management.
For additional information please contact Johnathan Rife, Weed & Mosquito Control Program Coordinator at 303-660-7480 or email@example.com
The Noxious Weed Advisory Commission meets on an as-needed basis. View agendas and minutes.
Nine members, including one alternate, are appointed countywide by the Board of County Commissions and serve three-year terms. By statute, at minimum, four of those members must own and reside on more than 40 acres in Douglas County.
Lee LaPerrier – Sedalia – 40+ acres
Janice Wiskamp – Littleton – 40+ acres
Marjorie Nockels – Sedalia – 40+ acres
Elaine Peck – Parker – 40+ acres
Ghislaie (Gillen) Griswold – Sedalia
Eric Ness – Parker
Morgan Paulk – Larkspur – 40+ acres
Amanda Cushing – Littleton
David Hensley – Alternate
- Application for Appointment for Citizen Boards, Committees and Commissions – If you are interested in applying, please complete this online form. It will be submitted to staff for review.