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If you are planting palms to replace other trees, you must plant 2 palms for every tree removed.

No tags. trees are located within feet of the Hillsborough River, Palm River, Little Manatee River or Alafia River, removal may be prohibited per Hillsborough County Land Development Code Dec 17, Curious About Florida's Tree Removal Law? Four Things Hillsborough County Residents Need to Know About CS/HB House Bill bans the regulation of dangerous trees on residential property by local government, but that doesn't give property owners free range to trim, prune, or remove trees as they takedownshrub.pwted Reading Time: 1 min.

To remove a tree from a residential or non-residential property in unincorporated Hillsborough County, you may need a permit. To determine if a tree requires a permit prior to removal, view our Residential Tree Removal Guide. The trees below do not require a permit to remove them from your lot.

Citrus Tree.

If the location of these trees are within a wetland or water body, these trees are regulated by EPC. Contact EPC to determine if they can be trimmed or removed.

Fill out our online form, or. Call our Customer Service Center atP - When replacing a street tree 2 palms must be planted for every street tree removed. M - Permitted for use in a designated area within Hillsborough County only.

View map for details. X - Not acceptable for planting in internal or terminal landscape islands elements; C- Distance from the tree to curb or sidewalk must be a minimum 8' and minimum of 15' from utilities/hardscape. Feb 07, Getting Answers: What Exactly Are the Rules in Florida for Tree Removal or Trimming? By Roy De Jesus Tampa PUBLISHED PM ET Feb. Contact. If you have Natural Resource questions that are not answered here, submit a Natural Resources Inquiry or call the Natural Resource Unit atFeb 02, Hillsborough County Fl, Invalid State has a tree ordinance regulating the removal of trees.

There are just 0 or 0 trees per person in Hillsborough County Fl, the preservation of all trees in the area is important. Unless your tree is an invasive species like you will need a permit to remove a tree.

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