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Jul 24, A tree removal/relocation permit is required for the removal or relocation of any tree within Miami-Dade County not specifically exempt under the Environmental Code of Miami-Dade County. Call the Miami-Dade County Tree Program at for more information on County requirements, including within municipalities, and for work.

Miami-Dade County, Florida, otherwise identified in the public records of Miami-Dade County as Folio No(s)._____. I/we am/are aware and familiar with the contents of this application for a Miami-Dade County tree permit to perform the work on the subject property, as described in this treedrop.pw Size: KB. TREE REMOVAL, RELOCATION OR REPLACEMENT PERMIT APPLICATION (FOR ALL TREES, Including nuisance trees and dead trees) Application is hereby made for a permit for tree removal, relocation or replacement of trees and hereinafter located and described.

This location is made in conformity and in compliance with the Tree Preservation Ordinance of the City of Deerfield Beach, Florida. Tree Removal and Relocation Permit A permit is required to remove or relocate a tree not exempt from Miami-Dade County code.

Natural Forest Communities Removal Permit Activity that results in the removal or damage in a Natural Forest Community requires a permit. Tree Removal A permit is required for any trees over 10 feet tall; Permit fee is waived for single-family homeowners, residing on their property.

Black Olive trees will be considered for approval for removal provided the property meets the minimum code requirement for trees. Every tree permit will be issued alongside a specifically numbered tree removal/relocation notification tags, which must be affixed by the permittee to any trees proposed for removal or relocation as part of an issued City Tree Work Permit.

Tags must be affixed to those permitted trees for a minimum of 7 calendar days for non-specimen trees and palms, 14 calendar days for specimen trees, and 30 days for heritage trees prior to their removal.

Apr 04, A tree removal/relocation permit is required for the approved removal or relocation of any tree within Miami-Dade County not specifically exempt under the Environmental Code of Miami-Dade County. treedrop.pw





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