Tree Services and Arborist in Maple Ridge.
Tree Cutting Permit A tree cutting permit is required for trees over 20 cm diameter. Trees of a significant size (50 cm diameter in urban area and 70 cm diameter in rural area) can only be removed under specific circumstances (Section of Bylaw (PDF)). Trees in protected areas, including within 30 metres of a watercourse, within a floodplain area or on slopes over 25% cannot be removed unless they are.
FEE: Applications for a permit shall be accompanied by the prescribed fee as set out in the Maple Ridge Development Application Fee Amending Bylaw No. Non-development fee: 50 for first tree + 25 each additional tree Development:+ 25 per tree. Tree Bylaw The Tree Protection & Management Bylaw was adopted by Council on January 12, The bylaw focuses on responsible management and mitigation measures for tree removal to minimize impacts on neighbouring properties, to encourage preservation measures where possible, and to promote tree replacement measures across the community where tree cutting practices are taking.
Tree Removal and Protection Bylaw.
A Tree Management Plan must accompany this application if tree cutting is taking place on property that is under a development application, when cutting more than 20 trees; or when clearing more than square metres of land. FEE: Applications for a permit shall be accompanied by the prescribed fee as set out in the Maple Ridge Development.
Maple Ridge Tree Management Bylaw No. Page 6 5.
Exemptions No Permit is required to cut a tree for which a Permit is required under section 4 where: a. Cutting is undertaken by or on behalf of the City on park, highway or land owned or held by the City; b.
City of Maple Ridge Version January Haney Place, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 6A9 Tel: Inquiries: [email protected] Web Site: shrubdisposal.bar Tree Cutting Permits are required for all tree removals including private residential use, building construction.