Tree Work In Sunnyvale
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The city of Sunnyvale requires permits for removal of a private tree if it meets the following size:
Single trunk Tree : If the tree is bigger than 38 Inches in circumference
Multi Trunk Tree: If one trunk is bigger than 38 Inches in circumference OR the addition of all trunks is greater than 113 inches in circumference.
The City of Sunnyvale will issue a permit is one of the following criteria is met:
1.The tree is diseased or badly damaged.
2. The tree represents a potential hazard to people, structures or other trees.
3. The tree is in healthy condition but restricts the owners’ or a neighbor’s ability to enjoy the reasonable use or economic potential of the property. If this applies, the following factors below will be used to make a decision regarding removal:
• The need to allow construction of improvements and to allow economic or reasonable enjoyment of property
• The approximate age of the tree relative to its average life span
• The limited useful landscape value due to its inappropriate species, size and location relative to the existing structures on the property
• Site drainage, soil erosion, or soil stability considerations. Current and future visual screening potential • Overcrowding of trees unreasonably restricting the use of the land
• Any other information the Director of Community Development finds pertinent to the application.
Pruning a private tree does not require a permit.
Pruning a City Tree in Sunnyvale requires a permit and the work to be performed or supervised by an ISA Certified Arborist.
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