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Are There State Restrictions On Weed Use?

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Nuisance Grass/Weeds

Vacant lots, yards, sidewalks and alleys overgrown with tall weeds are not only unsightly, but they can harbor rodents and reptiles and the most dangerous – become a fire hazard. The City of Great Falls has an annual “nuisance weed program” to help eliminate this problem. The program runs from May through October (depending on the weather). Each year approximately 2,500 letters are sent to property owners with weed violations.

Please be considerate of your neighbors and keep your property clear of weeds and debris. If you are able, help a friend or neighbor in need. If you are going to be out of town for an extended period of time make arrangements to have someone take care of your property. Great Falls is a beautiful City; please help us keep it looking GREAT!

If you do receive a violation notice and need to discuss it, please call the Weed Investigator Debbie Kimball at 406-455-8158 or 406-771-1401. We can’t work with you unless you contact us. Do not ignore the violation notice. If you feel you have received a violation notice in error please call and the situation can be discussed.

Please Note:

There are areas throughout the City of Great Falls that are County and/or State right-of-ways and lots. These areas will be maintained by the County and State not by the City of Great Falls. If you are concerned about an area that is not being maintained please call 406-727-8637, 406-455-8158 or 406-771-1401 and leave a message with a return phone number and the area will be checked.

The State of Montana Highway Department can be reached locally at 406-454-5880. The following right-of-ways are areas maintained by the State of Montana Highway Department:

  • All Bridges
  • 1st & 2nd Avenue North
  • 14th & 15th Streets
  • 10th Avenue South
  • 6th Street South West
  • North West Bypass
  • Central Avenue West
  • River Drive
  • Park Drive
  • Vaughn Road
  • 57th Street South
  • 3rd Street North West to 10th Street North East
  • Market Place and Exit “0”
  • Fox Farm Intersection
  • Bootlegger Trail
  • Old Havre Highway
  • 25th Avenue North East from Old Havre Highway to the East

For areas outside the City of Great Falls the County Road Department can be reached locally at 406-454-6920.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a grass/weed violation? Grass, weeds and any uncared for vegetation growing to a height in excess of eight inches on any property within the City limits.

What happens if you do not cut your grass/weeds or uncared for vegetation? Properties found not to be in compliance are noted and scheduled for cutting by City crews. A courtesy notice (where possible) is placed at the property as notification the property has been placed on the cutting list. Photographs are taken by the weed investigator before and after cutting is completed. Owners are billed at $200/hour (1 hour minimum) for actual time spent correcting the violation. Any fines not paid to the City of Great Falls are subject to collection. The following year fines are filed as liens against that property on the Cascade County Tax Records. This shows up on the Cascade County Tax Records as City of GF Specials. To receive updated information to payoff past due charges call Taxes/SID’s at 406-455-8477.

  • Are dandelions considered a nuisance weed? Dandelions are not considered nuisance weeds unless they grow to a height in excess of eight inches.
  • Is spraying part of the ordinance? The ordinance does not require properties be sprayed, only that they be cut. This includes City parks.
  • If I have an alley am I responsible for that area maintenance? Yes, City Code 8.32.200 – Alley Maintenance.
  • I notified the weed investigator on a property and nothing has happened yet? The process takes time. Investigating the violation, notifying the property owner and then the time allowed to correct the situation. There are other reasons the process can be delayed: bad weather, change of ownership, foreclosure etc. You can contact the weed investigator regarding a property and an update will be provided. Don’t wait until a property is 3 feet tall before it is reported. The violation will only continue to get worse until the process is completed. The sooner the process is started the sooner it will be taken care of. If the City will be cutting the property it is usually a 2-3 week process from the time the notice is sent out.
  • If a property is reported and cut but is once again in violation do I need to report it again? Yes, each violation has its own case number. Once a property has been cut that case will be closed and a new case will be opened for each new violation.
  • I have sprayed the weeds; do I still need to cut them? Yes, once the spray has been applied let it work for 3-4 days and then cut the area. If you need more time please call the Weed Investigator at 406-455-8158 or 406-771-1401.
  • What can I spray that won’t hurt the trees and grass? 2,4-D is the recommended spray. It can be purchased at local farm/ranch supply stores.
  • The spray I am using does not seem to be working, what can I do? The spray may be old or may have been frozen if it sat in the garage all winter. Weeds can also become immune to the same chemicals. Try some new spray or different chemicals and see if that helps. The County Weed & Mosquito Superintendent is also a good source for advice at 406-454-6920.
  • What are the main nuisance weeds reported in Great Falls? The number one weed reported is the dandelion which is not considered a nuisance weed. However, some dandelions that have been in place for some time can grow taller than eight inches and can then be considered a nuisance weed. Other nuisance weeds seen around Great Falls are Kochia (which turns into a tumbleweed when dried out) and white and yellow sweet clover.
  • What about Noxious Weeds? What are the main problems in Great Falls? What is the State Noxious Weed Law? Montana’s Noxious Weed Law, MCA 7-22-2116, MCA 7-22-2153. Information on identification, control methods and management plans is available through the Cascade County Weed District. The Weed Investigator, if notified of noxious weeds on a property in the City limits, sends a violation notice and a copy of the Noxious Weed Management Brochure. The noxious weed is identified and noted that it should be pulled, or sprayed and then cut. The main noxious weeds in Great Falls are Thistle, Bindweed, Knapweed, Whitetop, Leafy Spurge, Dalmatian Toadflax, Hounds tongue and Curly Dock.
  • Who do I notify on Noxious Weeds? In the City limits contact the Weed Investigator at 406-455-8158 or 406-771-1401. Outside the City limits or for questions regarding Noxious Weeds contact the County Weed & Mosquito Superintendent at 406-454-6920.
  • What about “Natural Landscaping, Native Plants and Grasses”? These areas are handled as a case by case basis. There can not be any nuisance/noxious weeds on the property. There must be a clear path in the public right-of-way. There can not be any clear vision triangle issues. And there can not be any fire hazards.
  • Leaf Removal? Leaf removal within the Boulevard District takes place annually during the months of October and November. Homeowners within the Boulevard District are responsible for raking their leaves onto the boulevard prior to their scheduled leaf pickup day. Schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather. If you have any questions please call Park & Recreation – Forestry Division at 406-771-1265. For those residing outside the Boulevard District and are City Sanitation customers you can discard your leaves on your regular garbage collection day. Bag or box these materials and put them 4′ from the regular sanitation container for collection. Please do not place leaves in City garbage containers.

History

The City of Great Falls Nuisance Weed Program began on August 25, 1969. A special committee recommended a weed policeman enforce an ordinance regulating the growth of nuisance weeds. The following year a specific ordinance was adopted. The weed ordinance is in the Great Falls Municipal Code Book, Chapter 8.11.

Program Process

The process begins as a complaint, an on-site inspection, and determining legal ownership of the property. A notification of nuisance weed violations is prepared. Owners are given 7 business days from the day the notice is posted or mailed. After the allotted time for compliance has expired, properties are once again inspected. A door hanger will serve as notification the City will be cutting the property.