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TREE REMOVAL PERMIT APPLICATION. Revised February 24, − A property owner may remove up to. two healthy trees within a month period. or four healthy trees within a month period with a tree removal permit. − There is. no limit on the number of hazard, dead,APPLICATION WITH or nuisance trees.
that may be. APPLICATION FOR PERMIT TO REMOVE DEAD, DYING, OR HAZARDOUS TREESAll hardwood trees at least 6” in diameter and Pines at least 12” in diameter require a permit for removal. Date: Street Address: ☐NE NW SE SW Zip: Note: To request an inspection for more than 6 trees, the following is required; site plan showing labeled trees.
Supplemental Arborist Form ( KB) To be used along with a Tree Removal & Replanting Permit Application for private property trees that are less than 20 inches in diameter on a site that is in a regulated plan district or overlay zone. Replanting Waiver Application ( KB). TREE REMOVAL/TREE RELOCATION PERMIT APPLICATION Folio # Permit # Date Email: Owner’s. Name Phone # Owner’s Address. City State Zip Job Location (if different from owner ’ s address): Contractor or Other Contact Phone # Number and type of trees proposed to be removed/relocated and preferred mitigation plan (attach sketch angle grinding stumps photos if necessary) Reason for Tree Removal /Relocation.
For residential properties, consult our Residential Tree Removal Guide to determine whether a permit is needed. Apply through the HillsGovHub portal If you have a gate code, please email it to [email protected] Failure to provide a necessary gate code may delay the inspection. For tree removal associated with the construction of a new single-family home or an addition to an existing single family home, please include a scaled site plan on a separate sheet in lieu of a Site Sketch (above).
Please use the site plan you submitted with your building permit and show. Before issuing a Tree Removal Permit, the City may consider the following criteria upon receipt of a complete application: The overall tree canopy, before and after the proposed removal.
The condition of the tree(s) with respect to its health, imminent danger of falling, distance to existing.