Temporary commercial business parking lots may be surfaced with gravel; provided, that all.
15 rowsTrees and Vegetation within Shoreline Areas (within feet of the water) See Section B.3 – Vegetation Management of the Bainbridge Island Municipal Code. Most vegetation activities, including tree pruning and hazard tree removal, require City review and pre-approval via a shoreline clearing permit. 2In the following circumstances, a removal of landmark tree permit shall not be required pursuant to this section: A.
The tree(s) at issue is/are dead; B. For routine maintenance activities required to control vegetation on road, access, or utility rights-of-way or easements, including tree removal, pruning, and thinning; or. C. Oct 30, Complaints made by a neighborhood group could lead to a new law that would make sure even small lots can’t be clearcut of trees.
R-8 and R Multifamily Districts.
Friends of Battle Point Neighborhood recently sent a list of complaints to the Bainbridge Island City Council about a clearcut of two building sites in the block of Olympic View Terrace, near the Fairy Dell bushmulching.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. Feb 11, 1. Removal of tree(s) approved to be removed, but prior to final tree retention and planting plan approval or issuance of a city tree removal permit.
per tree. 2. Removal or damage of tree(s) that are or would be shown to be retained on an approved tree retention and planting plan or any other violation of approved tree protection plan. 1, per tree. 3.
For all development except for single-family residential, the required parking for two or more complementary uses may be reduced up to 50 percent when provided by a common parking lot, but may not be reduced below the highest parking requirement.
Removal of tree(s) without applying for or obtaining a required city land use permit. 1, per tree.
May 06, An enforcement action was initiated in connection with the tree removal (City File No. COD). The applicant's consultant contended at hearing that the tree removal which occurred involved taking down one dead tree and the removal of two others in order to accommodate the proposed construction.