Foxtails, crabgrass, thistle, and dandelions are just a few types of weeds that can quickly spread throughout your property. Removing those unwanted weeds will reduce the spread to other yards in your neighborhood as well as your own. Excessive weed growth can also harbor rats and other vermin creating a potential health hazard for you, your family, and your neighbors.
There are several methods for removing weeds:
- Remove with a hoe or shovel
- Cut with a weed eater
- Mow with a tractor or hire a licensed weed abatement specialist
We encourage residents to remove the weeds to prevent potential fire hazards in the near future.
The County of San Bernardino Land Use Services and the City of Grand Terrace Code Enforcement Department actively issue weed abatement notices throughout the year. If you receive a notice and have questions, please contact the issuing agency:
San Bernardino County Land Use/Fire Hazard Abatement Services Department (909) 387-4044.Report a weed violation online
, or call City of Grand Terrace Code Enforcement (909) 430-2229.