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17 rowsCity of Santa Rosa Hazardous Tree Removal Work in Public Right of Way. City of Santa Rosa crews have assessed fire-damaged trees within the public right-of-way and in open space areas within the City limits to evaluate their level of damage and risk to public safety and the right of way. Burned trees that present an “imminent” risk to public safety or roadways have been removed. Key Activities.
Beginning late June and through Octobera contractor will remove hazardous fire-damaged street trees in the burn scar areas, which will include grinding of the tree stumps and filling the planter strips with fresh soil.
Project work hours will be between a.m. to p.m., Monday - Friday.
Property owners do not need a permit from Sonoma County to remove a damaged tree if they live in unincorporated County jurisdiction.
City/County Hazardous Tree Removal in Public Right of Way in Fire-Impacted Areas. The City of Santa Rosa and C ounty of Sonoma crews and/or their contractors are assessing fire-damaged trees within the public right-of-way to evaluate their level of damage and risk to public safety and the right of way.
Our team of tree care specialists serves the Santa Rosa, CA area, including Windsor, Cotati, Rohnert Park, and Sebastopol. Tree Removals Tree removal can be hazardous and requires a highly skilled crew. Removal of hazardous trees located at the Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery where the County of Sonoma is responsible for vegetation management. Details. Division 32. Exterior Improvements, Operation and Maintenance of Exterior Improvements, Irrigation, Planting Irrigation, Planting, Planting Preparation, Soil Preparation, Landscape Grading.
At Forest Tree Services, our trained professionals are familiar with the techniques required to maintain and remove any tree.
Hazardous Fire-Damaged Street Tree Removal. Earlier this year, the City contracted a certified arborist to perform a field survey of all street trees (those in the public right-of-way) in the areas affected by the fires. The Arborist Report identified approximately street trees as being a potential hazard and recommended for removal. Key ActivitiesEstimated Reading Time: 5 mins.