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The City of Burlington’s Tree Planting program offers free trees to residents. Trees are planted in the municipally owned right of way in front of your property. The measurement of the right of way varies depending on the survey or neighbourhood you live in. Fallen trees are left on the ground in naturalized areas to help other trees and. Working in the area of a city tree, either above ground or below ground (the root zone), requires prior written consent from the City of Burlington's Roads, Parks and Forestry Department (RPF).
Pruning or Removing a City Tree. Pruning or removing a city tree is only to be performed by city staff or a private contractor under the direction of RPF. Trees. For information/inquiries contact: Zoning Clerk at Burlington City Hall Phone: BURLINGTON TREE BOARD MEMBERS (Appointed May) Matt Moon (Chair) Kevin Boyce Burlington Parks Superintendent; Jimmy Hugunin (Secretary) Burlington.
The City of Burlington has been recognized as a Tree City USA community every year for 32 consecutive years. A community must meet 4 standards to qualify for this recognition.
Community must have an established Tree Board or Department; A Tree Care Ordinance must be in place; A community forestry program must exist and meet a minimum annual budget requirement; An Arbor Day Observance and Proclamation annually; Tree City. Cash-in-Lieu of Replacement Compensation (Cash in Lieu): /tree. Private Tree Bylaw Contravention Fee: /tree. Replacement Trees and Costs. Trees that are injured or removed under the provisions of a tree permit will need to be replaced using the City’s method of calculation.
The City cannot plow or shovel private drives, walks or lots. For More Information on Removal of Snow from Streets CallSTREETSCAPE TREES. Streetscape trees in public places (i.e., curbside, parks, playgrounds, etc.) are part of the beauty of life in Burlington, providing shade, shelter, and a natural windbreak.