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(SDOT) requires posting for street trees as public notice regarding the preservation of and /or removal and replacement of existing trees in the public Right-of-Way (ROW). PROTECT TREE POSTING SDOT requires the protection and preservation of existing healthy trees in the ROW as a standard.
Placards are posted to enforce this standard for. Removal Permit Process: Public Works inspectors evaluate trees for removal. If we recommend tree removal, a notice will be posted on the tree for 30 days. If objections to the removal are received, a public hearing will be scheduled.
If we deny removal, the applicant may request a public hearing. Who is responsible for managing the street trees? Since the Summer Olympic Games, the Department of Public Works, Bureau of Street Services, Urban Forestry Division, has been responsible for managing street tree pruning, dead tree and stump removal, tree planting, small tree maintenance, responding to tree-related public way emergencies. CITY OF ANN ARBOR CODE: CHAPTER 40, SECTIONTREES AND OTHER VEGETATION. The city administrator shall have the sole authority over the planting, maintenance and removal of trees in the street right-of-way and other city property.
No person without written permission of the city administrator shall plant, remove, break, spray or take any action which will injure or destroy any tree or shrub, the. Street Tree Municipal Code Section Tree Planting Standard Detail Tree Preservation Regulations CMC Tree Preservaton Standards CMC Permit Information.
Approved Street Tree List Heritage Tree Application Heritage Tree Program Tree Planting, Removal or Pruning Permit Application Vegetation Cutting Permit. Current Work.