Stay tuned for updates on upcoming County Tree Removal Projects.
A survey has been conducted on land west of Highway 49. Over 140 hazardous trees have been identified for removal. Right of entry forms were mailed to property owners and are currently being processed. Check here for updates on all upcoming projects.
County Re-Survey Commencing on August 18 the County's tree mortality program foresters will be conducting a survey to identify private parcels adjacent to County roads that have newly dead trees. Once those parcels have been identified, right of entry forms will be sent to the owners to allow the County to verify that the trees qualify for free removal by the County, mark the trees for removal and ultimately contract with a licensed tree service company to mitigate the hazards. If you receive a right of entry form it means that we believe you have a dead tree on your property that qualifies for removal. Please send the completed form to the County as soon as possible. If you believe that you may have a tree that qualifies for removal, please contact Dr. Richard Harris, Tree Mortality Program Manager, and he will arrange for a visit by our field forester to evaluate the situation.