The fee per tree shall be credited at a rate of.
1. Determine if a permit from Urban Forestry is required to remove the tree(s). 2. Complete the Tree Removal & Replanting Permit Application and submit it to Urban Forestry along with the applicable application fee(s). 3. Mark the tree(s) proposed for removal with ribbon at. Urban Forestry. Manager of our urban forest infrastructure. email. [email protected] phone number.
9 rowsNon-Development Tree Permits. A tree permit not connected to any development project. A permit from Urban Forestry is required before pruning, inoculating, or doing any other tree work on a Heritage Tree, whether the tree is in the City right-of-way or on private property. Permit Required. More Information. Apply for a Permit. Tree removal permits require planting new trees. Permits are needed for pruning street trees.
Pursuant to Section of the City Charter, the City Council confers its non-legislative functions as described herein to the City Forester and Director of the Bureau of Development Services to administer and enforce this Title.
A permit is required to plant a tree in the City right-of-way. Download the Street Tree Permit Application (non-removal), fill it out, and submit it to Urban Forestry in one of the following ways: Email: [email protected] Mail: Attn: Urban Forestry, SW 4th Ave.
SuitePortland, OR Online Tree Permit Applications Unavailable Wednesday October 28 from to PM Public Testimony Invited for Portland City Council Consideration of Tree Code Updates, 10/29/20 Online Tree Permit Applications Unavailable Tuesday October 6 from to PM. Tree Permits (No Associated Development) Title 11 establishes a standardized tree permit system that applies to tree removal in non-development situations.
The permit system is designed to complement the development standards. The Rules below build on and further standardize planting requirements when trees are approved for removal.