Who do I call if I want to have ivy or other invasive plants removed from my property?
If you have landscaped property, you can get a gardening service to remove ivy and other invasive plants. Get multiple bids. It will probably be cheaper to have it done in the winter when gardening services are less busy and looking for work. Also the roots are removed more easily in the winter. In addition to commercial landscaping/gardening businesses, you might try EarthCorps, a non-profit organization.

If you have property that is currently undeveloped, is steeply sloped, contains a ravine, stream, creek or wetland, or other sensitive elements, contact City Hall at 425-744-6279 for more information and what process may apply before proceeding with any work.EarthCorps webpage.

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1. All Invasive Plant Removal Questions and Answers
2. What are the invasive non-native plants?
3. What are native plants?
4. Why is native habitat important?
5. Why is ivy bad on trees?
6. Why not just let nature take its course?
7. What if the trees disappear?
8. Why is Ivy bad when growing on the ground?
9. What can I, a private landowner, do?
10. Why should I remove invasive plants and do restoration now? Why not wait?
11. Who do I call if I want to have ivy or other invasive plants removed from my property?
12. What is to prevent the ivy and other invasive plants from just growing back?
13. What do I use to cover the bare soil after the ivy or other invasive plants have been removed?