stumppruning.bar 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 Other Considerations. nor F Right of Way (ROW) trees, a separate permit may be required by the ROW. Multiple trees can be removed on the same tree removal permit. If you desire to clear the area, the correct application would be the Land alteration without construction Permit.
If the land alteration is in conjunction with a building permit, this permit can be obtained in HillsGovHub by indicating that there will be land alteration when applying. Trees Exempt from Tree Removal Permits. There are some trees that do not require a permit to remove them due to the traits of the trees such as being invasive, among other criteria. The trees below do not require a permit to remove them from your lot.
If the location of these trees are within a wetland or water body, these trees are regulated. If you plan to remove a street tree, view our Residential Tree Removal Guide for additional important information regarding their removal. Characteristics legend. F - Flowering; E - Evergreen; D - Deciduous sheds leaves annually; N - Native; P - 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.
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