The following forms can help you with your application.
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.
You are advised to put the Notice in a plastic sleeve before posting to make it rain resistant.
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.
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.