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Greater vancouver bylaws are trees outside of north shore community services licences.

A permit is required to cut protected trees: trees of any species 75 cm in diameter or larger. Arbutus, Garry oak, Pacific yew, Pacific dogwood, Yellow cedar, and Shore pine 20 cm in diameter or larger.

trees greater than 10 cm diameter or larger within 15 metres of the top of a watercourse bank, through an Environmental Development Permit. tree bylaw background information; tree cutting permits; Tree Cutting Permits. Review the applications and details regarding cutting trees on private property, public land, and in Watercourse Protection Areas. Tree cutting permit: private property. West Vancouver BC V7V 3T3. The tree will then be inspected by the municipality and your arborist will receive the permit.

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If tree is on municipal land. Call the West Vancouver Parks Department if you think the tree is a risk. If tree is not high risk – fill out a permit application. Get 80% of affected neighbours’ signatures. District of West Vancouver. Interim Tree Bylaw No.A bylaw to regulate, prohibit and impose requirements in relation to trees. Previous amendments: Amendment bylaw WHEREAS the Council of The Corporation of the District of West Vancouver deems it expedient to provide for the management of tree cutting and tree damaging.

District of West Vancouver Trees of any species 75 cm or larger Arbutus or Garry Oak trees 20 cm or N/A May be a requirement for trees cut in contravention of the Bylaw. Port Coquitlam No trees having a diameter of at least 20 cm measured metres. The District adopted an interim bylaw in July to protect trees on private property. Following a period of public engagement through the Interim Tree Bylaw Working Group and the completion of a tree canopy cover study, the Tree Bylaw was adopted on November 2, This is part of an ongoing process for the management of trees in the District.

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