You are responsible for the maintenance of all trees on your land, but.
Always dispose of branches and pruning debris in the manner recommended by local authorities.
May 28, Generally no. In some cases, if the tree is bordering your property and the cities land, there is a chance you will be able to get the city to remove the tree free of charge, but if it is completely on your property, then it Is your stumpcutting.barted Reading Time: 7 mins. Nov 02, Overhanging Branches on Your Property. Even if the tree trunk is on your neighbor’s property, you have the responsibility for cutting any branches that extend onto your property line. You are responsible for the cost of cutting any branches you choose to trim.
You can cut back anything up to your property stumpcutting.barted Reading Time: 5 mins. Unless exempted by City Code Sectionno tree cutting, removal, land clearing, or groundcover management is permitted: On portions of property with protected critical habitats, streams and lakes, shorelines of the State, wetlands, and their associated buffers On protected slopes (40% or more)File Size: KB. Trees on private property are generally the responsibility of the owner.
However, some municipal governments may place restrictions on certain types of trimming or pruning, even when done on. Prior to this year, CGS § required the consent of the adjoining property owner if an electric or telephone company wished to trim a tree on or overhanging a highway or public ground.
(Utility lines are often located in the tree belt adjoining streets and roads, which is typically part of the right-of-way.). Mar 27, Parks & Rec prunes and removes hazardous street trees for free. You can request service online or by callingorParks & Rec does not prune or remove trees on private property, in vacant lots, or in alleyways.
We are also not able to remove living, healthy trees. Does the city perform root pruning of the parkway tree? The City does not perform root pruning. Property owners may perform the required root pruning at their own expense by obtaining a no-fee permit from the Bureau's Urban Forestry Division.