posted on: 9/20/2018

The City of Dover's annual curbside weed control operations will conclude for the season on Friday, Sept. 21.

Curbside weed control spraying focuses on heavily used sidewalks, some city streets, roadside shoulders, guardrails and the area near signage.

Curbside weed control began in June. The work typically continues throughout the summer and concludes in September.

When left unchecked, weeds and other plants can cause significant damage to the city's streets and sidewalks. Responsible weed control protects and extends the life of these significant investments and help maintain the aesthetic appeal of Dover.  

Curbside weed control continues Friday, Sept. 21

posted on: 9/20/2018

The City of Dover's annual curbside weed control operations will conclude for the season on Friday, Sept. 21.

Curbside weed control spraying focuses on heavily used sidewalks, some city streets, roadside shoulders, guardrails and the area near signage.

Curbside weed control began in June. The work typically continues throughout the summer and concludes in September.

When left unchecked, weeds and other plants can cause significant damage to the city's streets and sidewalks. Responsible weed control protects and extends the life of these significant investments and help maintain the aesthetic appeal of Dover.

Only herbicides approved by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services are used and any product is applied in targeted areas using minimal amounts.

For more information, contact Facilities and Grounds at 516-6480. A pamphlet with frequently asked questions about curbside weed control can be viewed here.