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If you have cut your weeds before the deadline and you still get a notice, it may mean one of two things. Either your property has not been visually inspected yet(this process begins the first week of June). Or your property has grown back to taller than the 2 inch maximum allowed between the months of April through October. If you believe you have received a notice in error, or have any questions, please contact Cosumnes Fire Department’s Weed Abatement phone line at 916-405-7115.
The Fire Prevention Division maintains a listing of contractors in this area who perform various types of abatement work. Although the Fire District cannot specify or recommend any particular contractor, this list is made available to the public as a resource.
If you receive a Notice to Destroy Weeds and you are not the property owner, please contact Cosumnes Fire Department’s Weed Abatement phone line at 916-405-7115. Property owner information is provided to Cosumnes Fire Department by the Sacramento County Assessor’s Office. To change or verify owner information, contact the Sacramento County Assessor’s Office at 916-865-0700 between 8am -5pm, or visit their office located at 3701 Power Inn Road, Suite 3000, Sacramento 95826.