On March 12, 2019, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed a motion directing County agencies to stop the use of the herbicide Glyphosate.
The motion also directed County agencies to conduct a study to determine whether the chemical is appropriate for use by the County. Concluding the study, County agencies will report back with their findings along with, alternative options and measures to Glyphosate.
A public solicitation period to garner input on alternative measures and products was held from April 2019 to December 2019 and is now closed. Thank you for your input and interest in this matter. County agencies will report back to the Board of Supervisors in March 2020.
Thank you for submitting your input on alternative measures and products to Glyphosate for weed abatement and vegetation management.
We value your input on alternative measures and products to Glyphosate for weed abatement and vegetation management.
Thank you for your interests in this matter. The public solicitation period has ended. Stay tuned for a report back in March 2020.