The permit application for a removal requires a professional Tree Risk Evaluation and the.
Mar 27, SDCI will approve the removal of a tree protected by the Seattle’s Tree Protection Ordinance or Environmentally Critical Areas (ECAs) Regulations, provided you demon-strate the tree poses a significant risk of causing dam-age to people or property.
Removal Notices must be in place for a minimum of 14 days prior to removal as a condition of permit issuance.
This Tip details the process for evaluating a tree’s risk and the process of completing and submitting a Hazard Tree Removal Application. See TipTree Protections in Seattle, for tree File Size: KB. If the tree is determined to be a hazardous tree, or; If the tree is a public safety hazard, or; If public or private construction related activities will negatively impact the viability of the tree to the extent that it is unlikely to survive.
A yellow Tree Removal Notice is required as part of every street tree removal permit. Removal Notices must be in place for a minimum of 14 days prior to removal as a condition of permit Location: 5th Ave, SuiteSeattle, WA, Nov 16, If you need to remove a hazardous tree on your property, follow these steps to get approval from the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspection.
Steps to Get Your Approval 1.
If you are removing no more than 3 trees with diameters less than 3 inches in a year, you do not need a permit from SDCI. Log into your Seattle Services Portal account or create one if necessary.