Brush, Grass, Weeds & Trees
Property owners should mow their property to keep grass and weeds less than a foot tall. Dumping of grass in gutters is prohibited. Grass clippings may be dropped off at the city compost site, which is approximately a half mile east of Main Street on the north side of Highway K.
Please be reminded that our gutters lead directly to Spring Creek, a valuable sport-fishing stream and duck habitat. You can help maintain our beautiful and productive stream by simply keeping the grass and leaves out of our gutters. Specific information on this topic can be found in the “Brush, Grass & Weeds” section of the City of Lodi Ordinances.
The city will pick up brush clippings from yards on Mondays. The brush should be cut up and trimmed for one person to safely handle and should be placed in an orderly fashion with butt ends facing the curb. Specific information on this topic can be found in the “Nonrecyclable” section of the City of Lodi Ordinances.
Property owners should destroy all noxious weeds on their property before the plant blooms. The following noxious weeds must be destroyed in such a way that effectively prevents them from bearing seed or spreading:
- Canada Thistle
- Leafy Spurge
- Field Bindweed (Creeping Jenny)
- English Charlock or Wild Mustard
- Goats Beard
- Quack or Quitch Grass
- Harmful Barberry
The City of Lodi promotes and enhances the beauty and general welfare of the city through planting and maintenance of trees or shrubs within the public right-of-way of any street, alley or highway.
Property owners should maintain trees on their property in order to prevent safety hazards or obstacles on roads and sidewalks. In order to maintain a healthy tree population in the city, any tree which the Director of Public Works finds to be infected, hazardous or a nuisance shall be removed, trimmed or treated at the expense of the property owner. Specific information on this topic can be found in the “Trees” section of the City of Lodi Ordinances.