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Teton County Courthouse
150 Courthouse Drive - Room 107
Driggs, ID 83422

150 Courthouse Drive- Room 107
Driggs, ID 83422

208-821-0984 (phone)
208-354-8410 (fax)

Winter Hours: May vary. Usually Mon-Fri 7:30 to 3:30

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The Weeds Department is currently undergoing a staff transition to a new Department Head. An interruption in service is likely until mid-May. Please be patient and welcome our new staff with your saved questions. Thank you!

We're Hiring!

Summer Seasonal Noxious Weed Field Technician

This is a summer seasonal job; estimated hours between 30-40 weekly depending on weather and workload. The Field Tech will perform a wide variety of tasks related to noxious weed control including: mapping; spraying herbicide on County roads, rights of way, and properties; and assisting with office work like sales and equipment rentals. The Field Tech will be supervised by the Weed Superintendent, and work within the Public Works Division. A successful employee will handle difficult and routine interactions with the public professionally and courteously. The Field Tech is expected to work independently in remote and rugged settings, be able to understand and adhere to strict safety standards, and accurately perform simple to advanced math to mix and load herbicide. Work is typically performed in four 10 hours shifts Mon-Thurs; anticipated 3 months of work with flexible start and end dates (usually mid-May through mid-August).

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Interested applicants should apply before May 9, 2021 by completing the County Application and submitting it to Public Works Director Darryl Johnson djohnson@co.teton.id.us

Please note that we are often in the field, not the office as we treat weeds throughout the County. Call ahead or email to schedule an appointment to guarantee service.  



Idaho State Statute requires noxious weeds to be controlled. “Noxious” is a legal designation; these species have been determined by the state of Idaho to pose a substantial risk to the environment and agriculture.

Just as landowners must control weeds on their property, Teton County is responsible for controlling weeds on our properties and rights of way. Additionally, we offer consultations, equipment rental, help with plant ID, and herbicide recommendations- learn more on the Services page.

Teton County will be controlling weeds along County roads and rights of way most of the summer season. We spot spray plants and use a blue indicator die to show what has been sprayed. The herbicide is relatively non-toxic, but should be avoided until it has dried.  To ensure we do not spray along your property, control noxious weeds to the edge of the road.  As always, please contact us with specific concerns or for more information. 


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