Mar 27, SDCI will approve the removal of a tree protected by the Seattle’s Tree Protection Ordinance or Environmentally Critical Areas (ECAs) Regulations, provided you demon-strate the tree poses a significant risk of causing dam-age to people or property. This Tip details the process for evaluating a tree’s risk and the process of completing and submitting a Hazard Tree Removal Application.
See TipTree Protections in Seattle, File Size: KB. Nov 16, If you need to remove a hazardous tree on your property, follow these steps to get approval from the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspection. If you are removing no more than 3 trees with diameters less than 3 inches in a year, you do not need a permit from SDCI.
Log into your Seattle Services Portal account or create one if necessary. SDOT PERMIT REQUIRED. Under Seattle ordinance #, you must obtain a permit from SDOT before removing any tree on a City right-of-way. To apply for a removal permit, click here or call TREE3) Private Trees outside of environmentally critical areas. SDCI. Feb 28, Tip B, Hazard Trees. Summary: Removal of a hazard tree is allowed in environmentally critical areas (ECAs) when an applicant demonstrates a significant risk exists.
This Tip details the process for assessing whether a hazard exists and submitting a Hazard Tree Removal Application. See TipECAs: Tree and Vegetation Overview, for more general information about trees. A removal permit will be issued following the public notification period. Removing a street tree without a permit can result in acitation, and additional penalties may apply. For more information on applying for a removal permit visit SDOT’s website at stumpcutting.bar or call TREE.
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.
Jul 12, Tree Service Providers named in permit applications shall have current Tree Service Provider Registrations as required in Section C. The City's policy is to retain and preserve street trees whenever possible. Accordingly, street tree removal shall not be permitted unless the Director determines that a street tree: 1. Is a hazardous tree. The Tree – Plant/Prune/Remove application is used to generate a permit for planting, pruning, or removing trees in the Right of Way.
This article describes how to submit the application. Login to Seattle Services Portal. IMPORTANT: If you do not yet have a Seattle Services Portal account, you must register before proceeding.
Under +Create New, click Permits – Street Use. Seattle Permits dpd Department of Planning and Tip Development part of a multi-departmental City of Seattle series on getting a permit 3ULQWHG RQ WRWDOO\ FKORULQH IUHH SDSHU PDGH ZLWK SRVW FRQVXPHU ÀEHU Hazard Trees July 7, DPD will approve the removal of a tree protected by the Seattle’s Tree Protection Ordinance or Environ.