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Citywide Weed Abatement

The Street Maintenance Section will be spraying the herbicide REWARD at the following weed abatement locations on May 11, 12, & 13, 2021. The precautionary label of the product is “CAUTION” with the active ingredient of (Diquat dibromide). Spraying will be done in the early morning hours (beginning approximately 3 a.m.). Refrain from entering treated areas or allowing skin contact of treated vegetation when product is wet. Drying time of product may vary based on weather conditions and time of application.



Crest Dr S End
El Camino Del Norte, RSF to Bridge
El Camino Real Crest to Manchester
EL Camino Real HD to GVR
Enc Blvd @ Calle Mag
Enc Blvd @ Quail Gardens
Enc Blvd, Delphinium to 4 Corners
Enc Blvd, I-5 to Vulcan
Foxpoint Basin
La Costa Ave Basin
La Costa Lot
La Costa NCTD
La Costa, Vulcan to Piraeus
Leucadia @ ECR
Lone Jack, RSF to Copper Crest
Lot 12
Manchester, ECR to Enc. BLVD
Manchester, ECR to I-5
Manchester, I-5 to San Elijo
Mountain Vista
Mountain Vista Basin
N Coast 101 Leucadia Sign
N Vulcan & La Costa Ave
NCTD - 101 La Costa to A St
NCTD 101 -K St - Bridge
NCTD Vulcan Ave
NCTD-San Elijo, Chesterfield to Kilkenny
Olivenhain Lot
Orpheus Ave
Piraeus Basin
Piraeus St
Quail Hollow Dr
Rancho Santa Fe
Requeza & Westlake
Requeza Bridge Deck
Requeza Yard
S Coast 101, Bridge-City End
S Coast 101, K - Bridge WS
Santa Fe Dr
Saxony Basin
Sidonia Ditch N & S of Leucadia
Skyloft Rd
Via Cantebria
Via Poco Ditch



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The City of Encinitas adheres to guidelines that focus on applying the most effective and least toxic weed and pest control methods. The guidelines are intended to protect and preserve public health and reduce the impact on the environment.

For more information please call (760) 633-2850.