If you wish to remove a tree on your property.
City of Port Coquitlam I Tree Bylaw, No. Page 6 of 15 (f) No person shall damage or allow a tree (designated as a significant tree, further defined as a heritage tree) to be damaged without permit.
(g) Failure to adhere to the terms or conditions of a permit. 6 TREE CUTTING PERMITS. Tree-Cutting Permit Application. Before completing the form below, read more about tree removal and protection and the City’s tree bylaw. For all tree cutting or removal, planting of a replacement tree is mandatory (2 replacement trees if the tree removed is a significant tree), in accordance with a tree replacement plan approved by the stumpclearing.barted Reading Time: 1 min.
In approximately 70% of the applications for tree cutting, the applicant/property owner concern indicated theirthat the tree pose a hazardd. Parks staff conduct site inspections to evaluate the health of the tree prior to permit issuance of the permit and generally find only 10% of tree cutting applications are for trees that constitute a. in Port Coquitlam except properties within the Agricultural Land Reserve.
Under the bylaw, it is unlawful for any person to cut trees on any urban land without having obtained a Tree-Cutting Permit. For the purposes of the bylaw, a tree is deﬁ ned to have grind stump yourself diameter of at least 20 cm [8"] measured at m ['] above the ground.
EXEMPTIONS Trees may be removed without a Tree-Cutting. Tree Cutting Permit Trees on private property are protected under the City of Coquitlam Tree Management BylawIf you wish to remove a tree on your property, consult the bylaw first. Tree removal requirements outlined here is for residents wanting to remove a tree on their property.