Speak with a planner at before removing any size tree on the above types.
You might need a permit or other approval before removing a tree on your property. Certain trees are protected in Salem, even on private property. Salem Revised Code (SRC) Chapter outlines requirements for tree conservation and removal in Salem. Tree Removal Application Planning/Permit Application Center City Hall / Liberty St.
SE / Room / Salem, [email protected] If you need the following translated in Spanish, please call Si usted necesita lo siguiente traducido en. A permit to remove a City tree may be granted if one or more of the following criteria are met, as determined by the Director: The tree is dead. The tree is in an advanced state of decline. The tree is structurally unsound and poses an imminent risk to person or property, as determined by. To protect and enhance the health of these trees and enhance public safety, you need to get a permit to plant, remove, treat, or prune trees on City-owned property.
These include trees growing in planter strips between the street and sidewalk. (Salem Revised Code (SRC) Chapter 86 and Administrative rule ) The Community Forestry Strategic Plan acknowledges the benefits of trees, establishes six.
How do I request tree removal service from the city? You may contact the City's call center via telephone by dialing Johnston Urban Tree Program - Tree City since The City of Johnston’s Urban Tree Program was established to promote and protect the public health, safety and general welfare through beautifying the city and enhancing environmental quality by regulating the planting, maintenance and removal of trees, shrubs and other plants in public areas.
The City requires an approved Tree Removal Application on file in most cases. See FAQs below tree felling cost specifics. Some removal applications are referred to The Tree Committee for review. The Tree Committee is a volunteer citizen group made up of 7 members and acts as an advisory body to the Director and City Council.
Feb 22, The city announces drop-off locations for Salem residents to deliver broken tree limbs and woody debris. Free of charge, the City is opening tree and woody debris drop-off locations at Woodmansee, Wallace, Geer, and McKay Parks.
Starting tomorrow, Salem residents can deliver woody debris seven days a week, between 8 a.m.
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and 6 p.m. City arborists conduct an annual tree removal survey, consisting of a basic visual inspection, of all public trees every summer.
Because this survey occurs automatically there is not need to call the office to request an inspection unless you have concerns about a larger tree being unsafe.