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Integrated Roadside Vegetation Management

Fayette County began its IRVM program in 1989 and continues to manage vegetation on 2,270 miles of roads. 

The goals of this program are to:

Minimize noxious weeds and brush and establish and maintain native vegetation in roadsides.


Maintain a safe and effective road system that is diverse in habitat.

Educate the citizens and visitors to Fayette County in the importance of IRVM through programs and press releases.

For more information on the IRVM program please contact:

Blake Gamm, Fayette County Roadside Manager


To view the IRVM plan click here

For a no-spray application click here

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