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Protected private property trees may only be removed by the actual homeowner or an arborist authorized by the City after approval of a Tree Removal Permit.
The City Council has adopted Chapter of the Municipal Code regarding the “Preservation, Protection and Removal of Trees” on private property. Its stated purpose is: “ to preserve and protect the trees that are of historic or aesthetic importance, and to provide for the protection and replacement of trees to maintain the community’s wooded character; protect the scenic beauty of the area; reduce.
City’s Municipal Code is comprised of adopted legislative actions to be enforced for the betterment of public safety and peace. The Codes below are a few frequently requested codes by the public.
You may visit the City’s Municipal Code database to view in its entirety. Chapter Jan 15, La Canada Flintridge resident hired a tree service that wasn't approved a species protected by municipal ordinance. “I didn’t actually know that we needed a permit to trim oak trees Author: Daniel Siegal.
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La Canada Flintridge Municipal Code (Excerpts) Title 4: PUBLIC WELFARE Chapter PRESERVATION, PROTECTION, AND REMOVAL OF TREES Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to preserve and protect the trees of this city that are of historic or.
Nov 22, The potential removal of an approximately foot coast live oak tree at a La Cañada Flintridge residence has led to discussion of the importance of such trees to the city’s identity and an appeal of a decision in the matter.
The city-protected tree located at Georgian Road was slated to come down after the Continue reading"Permit to Remove Protected Oak Prompts Appeals"Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins. Mar 21, Siding with public safety over preserving a centuries-old oak in questionable condition, the La Cañada Flintridge City Council on Tuesday denied appeals against a Georgian Road homeowner’s tree Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins.