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Parks & Recreation

Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland

Phone: 503-823-7529

1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204

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Invasive Plant and Integrated Pest Management

Pesticide Applicators License Recertification

Tuesday, April 3, 2018  |  Mt. Scott Community Center, 5530 SE 72nd Ave (new location)
8:00am - noon, doors open at 7:30am
$45 per person for non-PP&R employees

Click here to view class outline and details

Thank you for participating in Portland Parks & Recreation pesticide recertification courses! All registration and payments can be made online by clicking here!

If this is your first time accessing PP&R's online registration, you'll need to create an account. If you need assistance, check out this video on how to create an account. If you are registering for multiple people, you can add “family members” to your account for employees or friends who also want to register for the course. Once you have created your account, search for Pesticide Applicators License Recertification - 1087562, and follow the steps. 

For questions in regards to registration, please contact 503-823-2525.
For program questions, call 503-823-1991.

Pests in Portland parks may be noxious weeds, invasive plants, problem insects, plant diseases, rodents or other organisms that cause problems in the landscapes under our care. Our trained and licensed PP&R employees respond to these pests by using the modern principles of integrated pest management (IPM) and invasive plant control.

An Integrated Pest Management program for Portland parks has been in place since the late 1980s. The policies in this program direct every aspect of pest management in our parks, and they serve as rules for all pest management personnel. Updated continuously to respond to new information and new challenges, our program has been hailed as a model of progressive methods and practices by other municipalities and agencies throughout the region. The PP&R program meets or exceeds local, state, and federal requirements.

Sellwood Neighborhood Biocontrol Migration Event Fact Sheet 
From the Oregon Department of Agriculture on August 12, 2015

Pesticide Applicators License Recertification Links