Tree Removal and Tree Preservation
Tree Removal and Tree Preservation in Naperville, IL
The City of Naperville regulates tree removal, on private property, within the city of Naperville. Those regulations are described below:
Trees located in the parkway are considered property of the City of Naperville. Only the city can remove those trees, either by city staff or a professional tree removal service. If a tree removal is necessary on a non-residential property (parcel), the owner must acquire a tree removal permit before any trees are removed. Stump Grinding excluded. The Naperville tree removal permit is for trees that are for trees that are four inches or more in total diameter.
Residential tree removal abides by different rules. Tree removal in Naperville at residential properties are required to get a Naperville tree removal permit if your lot size is greater than 1.5 acres. Residential tree removal permits are not necessary for property less than 1.5 acres.
What to expect after the Naperville tree removal permit is filed
After the permit is filed the city will contact the property owner and discuss the appropriate tree removal activities, what trees to protect during the tree removal process, how to preserve and protect effected, trees, how to save other trees, and the proper replacement of trees. If you have any questions for the city you can call the City of Naperville department of public works.
Preservation of trees is encouraged buy the City of Naperville for all properties, (residential and commercial) involved in any land clearing and construction. If you would like more information about tree removal and stump removal for commercial and residential properties call Naperville Tree Care at 630-560-6601. We specialize in all of you stump removal and tree removal needs in Naperville and surrounding areas.
If you want more information about tree removal and stump removal from the city, brochures are available, at no charge, at the Department of Public Works Development Review office, Department of Engineering, Department of Transportation and Naperville City Clerk’s office.
Give us a call now at 630-560-6601 or fill out the quote form.