Jul 18, Removal of stumps or grinding; If you have a tree that you feel needs to be removed, send an email to the Bureau of Highways at [email protected] or call to apply for a work order.
Baltimore County uses the same criteria as the DNR when issuing work orders. The tree must be within the County right-of-way, which will be determined when the work order application is.
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Maintenance for trees includes cutting branches that are in the way of power lines, pruning fruit trees in the winter and trimming leaves to create a more attractive appearance.
Learn more about our project and give your feedback. A Roadside Tree Permit for Homeowner or Individual Projects can be obtained from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and are required before a roadside tree is trimmed or cared for in any way.
Licenses are valid for 1 year, application cost is 0- Tree Trimming/Removal. Roadside trees are those trees that are growing within the public right-of-way along Baltimore County's roads, streets, and highways. All roadside trees within the public right-of-way are covered under the regulations of the Maryland Roadside Tree Law (PDF)(COMAR Title ).
Obtaining the Permit Ready to get your permit?
Dec 24, If a resident is worried about tree branches growing too near utility wires, contact the appropriate utility company directly. On Baltimore County Property.
Report fallen or dangerous trees on a park or property owned by Baltimore County through the BaltCoGo app. Property Management will investigate your concern and advise you of our findings.
Jan 27, Call Permit Processing at for additional information and requirements to file these applications. Permit processing staff will assist you in preparing the application form. You will be directed to the Zoning Review Office for setback verification and other agencies required for filing Missing: tree removal.