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DDOT Special Tree Removal Permit.
Private property trees between 44” and ” in circumference are considered Special Trees. Trees that are greater than ” in circumference are considered Heritage Trees. The removal of Special Trees requires a Special Tree Removal Permit. Heritage trees in healthy condition cannot be removed.
Any residents and contractors who wish to plant, prune, or remove a tree within the public right of way must first obtain permission from the Department of Transportation and the Urban Forestry Division. Service at a Glance. Provided By: DDOT Phone:Location: 55 M Street, SE, Suite Washington, DC We are experts in Tree Service and Landscaping.
We have been in business since and service the Northern Virginia area. We specialize in tree trimming, tree removals, stump grinding, landscape design, hardscaping, patios, pavers, pergolas, etc.
Whatever your reason, we would love your business.
We look forward to earning your business and showing you the J&D difference! In order to protect the District’s canopy and its largest trees, individuals must receive a permit to remove any tree in the public parking dimension and/or on private property between 44 inches and inches circumference (measured around the trunk at feet from the ground). Trees inches circumference or larger are considered HeritageFile Size: KB.
Douglas County Tree Service specializes in the excavation of entire trees. Trees too close to your home can become dangerous and even deadly in a strong storm.
We can safely remove the tree and the stump as though it were never even there. We can also remove dead trees or trees that have become unpleasing to look at. Call or go to online to request street tree services, including reporting emergencies, pruning, removals, and planting. Spanish (Español) French (Français). A special permit is required for the removal of all Special Trees (trees between 44” and ” in circumference).
If the tree is healthy and is not an exempt species, Special Tree Permits require planting replacement saplings or paying a replacement fee to the DC Tree Fund. (See Issuance of Special Tree Removal Permits). Applicant must pay the appropriate fee to the Tree Fund to compensate non-hazardous tree removal. Tree fund amount is calculated as follows: There is no fee for the actual Special/Heritage Tree Permit just for the tree itself. The fee must be paid to the cashier’s office at 4th St.
SW, Washington, DC.