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I plant a tree in the right of way in front of my house?
Homeowners wishing to plant a tree in the city right of way at their property should first contact the Street Department. While the city is happy to allow residents to plant trees, there are certain species that are not ideal for planting along city streets. The street superintendent will work with the homeowner to select the proper species and once the trees are on site, the street department will plant the trees for the resident to ensure safety of underground utilities and proper placement in the right of way.

Minimum diameter is two inches for trees planted in the right of way.

Tree Program

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1. I plant a tree in the right of way in front of my house?
2. Is the tree in front of my house a city tree?
3. Can I trim or cut down a city tree?
4. What is the process for getting a tree removed?
5. The city says they won’t remove my tree; do I have options to have it removed?
6. How do I make a request for service of a tree?