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Jul 07, Public Works For any Significant Tree removal, a permit is required from the City Arborist and subject to rules and regulations under City of Cambridge’s Tree Protection Ordinance, Title 8, Chapterof the City’s Municipal Code. Jul 26, Tree Removal: Public trees are protected by Massachusetts State Law Chapter Dead, dying or diseased trees that pose a hazard to the public will only be removed after being evaluated by the City Arborist.
Healthy public trees that are proposed for removal. Mar 05, March 05, City of Cambridge Tree Protection Ordinance Amendment Extended Effective February 22,the City Council has voted to extend the Tree Protection Ordinance Amendment requiring a permit to remove a"significant tree" on private property."Significant trees" have a trunk diameter of 8 inches or more (measured 4 feet above ground). Jun 03, As part of the Tree Protection Ordinance passed by the City Council, removal of a"significant" tree on private property is restricted.
A permit may be obtained if there are emergency or special circumstances that require the removal. Please visit treeclearing.bar for information regarding this ordinance. Feb 13, City of Cambridge Tree Protection Ordinance Amendment Extended Effective February 10,the City Council has voted to extend the Tree Protection Ordinance Amendment requiring a permit to remove a"significant tree" on private property."Significant trees" have a trunk diameter of 8 inches or more (measured 4 feet above ground).
Mar 26, Sign permits, asbestos removal permits, and demolition permits are categories of building permits which are required by the Building Code. City Ordinance # states that construction in residential areas can be done Monday – Friday am –. July 8, - pm at DPW Office ( Hampshire St.) Apply for a Tree Removal Permit Report a Missed Curbside Pick Up. Aug 06, If we decide to remove the tree, you have to pay for its replacement at a fee ofper inch of diameter and you must also pay and contract for removal of the tree.
The replacement money goes into the Fund for Parks and Recreation. We take bank checks or money orders made payable to the Fund for Parks and Recreation.
A permit is now required to remove, cut down or in any other way injure a tree with a diameter of 20cm (8 inches) or more on private property. The tree diameter measurement must be taken at m ( feet or approximately at chest height) above ground level. It applies to trees on all land use types including single family residential properties.