Within this information are the regulations, permit application, removal process, and specific tree protection.
Atlanta, Georgia Tel: Email: [email protected] 7/ APPLICATION FOR PERMIT TO REMOVE DEAD, DYING, OR HAZARDOUS TREESAll hardwood trees at least 6” in diameter and Pines at least 12” in diameter require a permit for removal.
You need a permit to remove dead and dying trees from private property. These permits can be obtained free of charge by contacting the Arborist Division. Contact Information for Permit Requests. Public Property For concerns about trees on public property, including the right-of-way, contact the Forestry Division of the Office of Parks at Private Property.
Sep 21, Fill out and submit a tree removal permit application. Applications can be mailed, faxed, emailed or delivered in person to the City of Atlanta Arborist Division (contact info on the PDF). 2. Inspection: Generally, within 5 business days, an assigned arborist will visit and complete a field inspection. 3. Application Approval:Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. ARBORIST DIVISION OVERVIEW.
The Arborist Division is charged with protecting the City’s tree canopy on private property throughout the City of Atlanta. Protecting and permitting the removal of trees can be done either under a building permit or through an application to remove a dead, dying, diseased, or hazardous tree. The Division conducts building plan reviews related to trees, verifies trees to be removed and posts properties prior to tree removal under building permits. 55 TRINITY AVENUE, S.W., SUITE ATLANTA, GEORGIA Tel: APPLICATION FOR PERMIT TO REMOVE DEAD, DYING, OR HAZARDOUS TREES All hardwood trees at least 6” in diameter and Pines at least 12” in diameter require a permit for removal.
For your convenience, you can now submit your application in four ways.