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Non-Development Tree Permits. A tree permit not connected to any development project. Examples: A Street Tree needs a limb pruned; or a large private tree is dead, or dying and needs to be removed. Multiple trees can be permitted through this process.
Below is more information on these types of permits: Or go right to Apply for a Permit; Non /5. Tree Permit Definitions. Street Trees are trees planted in the public area between the street and up to and often past the sidewalk (also known as: the right-of-way).Street Trees are the responsibility of the most adjacent property owner.
Street trees and private trees have different regulations, which can determine if you need a permit. Find out if you need a permit to do tree work. Tree removal permits require planting new trees. Permits are needed for pruning street trees.
A permit is required to plant a tree in the City right-of-way. When is a Tree Removal and Replanting Permit required? Street trees: A permit is required to remove any street tree, except for sucker shoots or self-sown trees that are less than 1/2 inch in diameter. If the property is in a regulated overlay zone or plan district, there may be additional requirements or restrictions on street tree removal in order to help protect the environmentally.