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Tree-Trimming Methods OPPD follows the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A Standard Practices endorsed by the International Society of Arboriculture, the National Arbor Day Foundation and the National Arborist Association.
Those practices require. Contact OPPD Forestry. To learn more, ask a question, or report a tree or power line problem, call in Omaha or outside the metro, or online OPPD’s Forestry Department.
PAY MY BILL. REPORT AN OUTAGE. OUTAGE INFORMATION. All branches and wood cut from the tree will be removed by OPPD.
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Trees will be cut as close to ground level as possible, however OPPD will not remove stumps. Fallen trees or limbs are the responsibility of the property owner, as well as the disposal of all limbs and wood resulting from the trimming of storm-damaged trees for OPPD’s service restoration efforts.
Jun 17, Tree trimming is an important part of how OPPD ensures reliable electricity to its customers. Branches falling into lines and electrical equipment are frequently the cause of outages, especially during a storm.
Older neighborhoods with mature trees are seeing the most damage and have been without power the longest because of it.
But the process involves more than snipping a branch or two. OPPD’s foresters and contractors evaluate the location of a tree as it relates to power lines and other electrical Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. Apr 07, OPPD follows the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A, Standard Practices endorsed by the International Society of Arboriculture, the National A.
Aug 16, When severe weather causes tree damage, it often means individual power restoration to customers’ homes. In the July storm, this was widespread in OPPD’s service territory, especially in areas with large, older growth trees.
The process to restore service to a home is time intensive and must be conducted precisely to ensure the safety of everyone involved.