It imposes a more hefty fine for landowners who don't keep their noxious weeds under control.
Deschutes County Forester Ed Keith says he's already gotten feedback.
"We have heard from people. We've received eight or nine emails, folks on both sides. Folks who are supportive of more enforcement of weeds and then folks who really want to make sure it's not just the heavy hand of enforcement but taking the time to educate people."
The public hearing will be at 10 A.M. Wednesday morning in the Deschutes Services building.