You will require a permit if you wish to remove more than two protected trees.
} Tree-Cutting Permit Application.
Before completing the form below, read more about tree removal and protection and the City’s tree bylaw. For all tree cutting or removal, planting of a replacement tree is mandatory (2 replacement trees if the tree removed is a significant tree), in accordance with a tree replacement plan approved by the stumpfelling.clubted Reading Time: 40 secs.
The permit fee isper tree (waived if tree is deemed by the City to be hazardous). Permits are not required to prune dead or dying branches, or to remove a dead or broken stem of a multi-stemmed tree. Replacement Trees and Options Dealing with a Hazardous TreeEstimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
Port Coquitlam’s tree regulations are one of the City’s most effective tools to manage the community’s trees. The new regulations: Require a permit prior to the removal of trees of a certain size, as well as replacement trees to be planted. Fees and replanting are waived in some circumstances, such as the removal of hazardous trees. A Basic Tree Cutting permit application isApplications requiring additional documentation (arborist report) or site visits from a City technician are subject to aapplication fee.
Tree Replacement Deposit. Replacement trees are bonded atper replacement tree. The security is due at the time of permit issuance. Drop Off: January9 am-4 pm – #1 Fire Hall, Broadway Escondido CA. 5 minimum donation to benefit the Port Coquitlam Fire Fighters Charitable Society. Firefighters donate their time for this event and all wood chips created are used in city parks and trails.
Pick-Up: Save yourself the hassle!Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. City Hall Annex (Above the Bank of Montreal, Shaughnessy St, Port Coquitlam, BC, V3C 3G4 Business Hours: am to pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays) Subscribe to our E Missing: Escondido CA.
MINOR TREE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. A Minor Tree Permit may be issued for removal of trees for single family residential lots and projects where no other discretionary permits are required. Any person desiring to conduct any development activity or remove one or more protected trees, where such development activity or removal is not. The Ordinance requires that the property owner obtain a tree permit from the county before trenching, grading or filling within the dripline of any protected tree or before cutting down, destroying, trimming by topping or removal of any protected tree.