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Hazard Tree Removal Procedure

If you believe you have a hazard tree in need a removal, please contact the Open Space Manager to schedule an appointment.

A Hazard Tree is defined as:

1.      A tree that presents an immediate danger of falling on buildings, roads, private drives or trails on Open Space

2.     Fire hazard of five (5) or fewer trees defined as follows:

a.     Ladder fuel for a larger tree located within a 30-foot radius of the home. 

b.     Junipers within 10 feet of the home.

c.     A tree growing through an existing deck. 

d.     Ponderosa pine saplings (diameter of less than 5 inches 4.5 feet from the ground) in stands of 10 or more

If the Open Space Manager deems a tree or trees a hazard s/he may approve removal without ARC approval.  The following defines hazard trees and limitations for removal based solely on approval by the Open Space Manager.

Small Tree Removal Procedure

If you have a few small trees in need of removal, please contact the Open Space Manager to schedule an appointment.

Small trees are have a diameter of of 2-inches or less (measured 4.5 feet above the ground). This does not require a submission to ARC.

Infected Tree Removal Procedure

If you believe you have an infected or diseased tree in need a removal, please contact the Open Space Manager to schedule an appointment.

The Open Space Manager may approve immediate removal of five or fewer infested/infected trees without ARC approval if said tree(s) provide an immediate threat to other surrounding trees.

Dead Aspen Trees

If you believe you have a dead aspen tree in need a removal, please contact the Open Space Manager to schedule an appointment.

Private property owners may remove dead aspen trees without any submission to the ARC.

Other Dead Trees

If you have a dead tree other than an aspen tree, please contact the Open Space Manager to schedule an appointment.

Removal of any other dead tree(s) requires the approval of the Open Space Manager.