The person posting the Notice is responsible for ensuring it withstands.
SDOT issues Urban Forestry Permits for the following in the public right-of-way: Plant a tree.
If you choose not to post the tree yourself, SDOT will post the removal notice at a later date when inspecting the tree.
Prune a tree. Remove/Replace a tree. The right-of-way includes the space between the edge of the street and the sidewalk (or the space where a sidewalk would be located.) This area is Location: 5th Ave, SuiteSeattle, WA, Removal Notices must be in place for a minimum of 14 days prior to removal as a condition of permit issuance.
You may post a Tree Removal Notice yourself when submitting your removal permit application.
You do not need to wait for permit approval to post the tree and begin the day period. If you choose not to post the tree yourself, SDOT Location: 5th Ave, SuiteSeattle, WA, Jun 03, Under +Create New, click Permits – Street Use. Under Select a Record Type, click Trees and Vegetation to expand the selection.
Click Tree – Plant/Prune/Remove. Click Continue Application to start the Tree – Plant/Prune/Remove application process. Enter the Project Address where you want to perform the work on trees and vegetation. Click on My Records tab. Locate your TREE Permit record in the list. In the Action column associated with your permit, click Make Changes.
On the Select an Amendment Type page, select Trees.
These are trees that are large for their species and therefore have particular value.
Apr 01, Seattle Department of Transportation has its own rules about street trees and other trees in the right-of-way.
See SDOT Client Assistance MemoTree Pruning Removal Permits. Is it a vacant lot? All tree cutting of trees larger than 6 inches in diameter is prohibited on undeveloped lots without prior approval from SDCI.