There are no tree species currently considered a protected species in Connecticut either.
Flood Control and Water Conservation District Use Regulations. Grading and Permit Ordinance. Green Building Program/Ordinance. Project Stabilization Community Benefits Agreement. First Amendment to Project Stabilization Community Benefits Agreement.
Residential Parking Permit Ordinance. Shopping Cart Ordinance. Solar Ordinance. Unincorporated Alameda County has approximatelyacres in which substantial portions were and are covered by native, indigenous and historical trees. The County recognizes that the preservation of these trees and our urban forest enhances the natural scenic beauty, sustains the long term potential increase in property values, which.
Note: ( Permit requirement) Any person proposing to trench, grade or fill within the dripline of any protected tree or cut down, destroy, trim by topping or to remove any protected tree shall apply to the department for a tree permit, not less than ten days prior to the proposed tree removal or tree Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.