Same goes for sending pics of the tree.
1. The property owner may remove the tree without approval from the City. However, the City shall verify if a ROW use permit is required. Please note this only applies to single tree removal.
Site containment; 2.
Large-scale tree removal may be subject to a clearing and grading permit or DNR regulations. Director of Community Development Date. Apr 12, To remove a tree without approval you must meet one of the following criteria – the tree must: Be located within three metres of the wall of your house or a neighbouring house (excluding carports, pergolas, fences, retaining walls and the like) measured from the closest point of the trunk to the footings of the buildingEstimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
Private Tree Removal - Application Required.
Owners of trees or shrubs that do not meet any of the above criteria will need to submit an application form as outlined below. For removal of three or less trees (or shrubs) with replacement planting: complete and lodge a Private Tree Removal Application Form.
Tree removal professionals are called and scheduled to remove the tree, proceeding without any hassle or obstacles from local or state officials.
You will also need to provide a clear diagram indicating the location of the tree/s to be removed, the reasons for removal. Tree replacement for removal of significant trees shall be required to comply with on-site tree replacement in accordance with NMC C. Critical Areas. All clearing and grading within critical areas shall require a clearing and grading permit and shall conform to the provisions of this chapter and Chapter NMC.
Removal of Tree(s) within Regulated Landscape Buffer Zone (applies to trees 4” dbh or greater) (Buffer: R-1/4 acre = 5 feet; R-1/2 acre = 10 feet; R-1 acre = 15 feet; R-2 acre = 25 feet) Removal of Tree(s) Outside of Regulated Landscape Buffer Zone (applies to trees 8 “ dbh or greater).