The Tree Commission shall be a volunteer group whose members are appointed by.
Removal of public trees in Newburyport is governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Chapter 87; and the City’s Code of Ordinances, Chapter 12, Article VI Protection of Public Trees (the Tree Ordinance). The provisions of the Tree Ordinance relating to removal of public trees are excerpted below.
Newburyport Public Library, 94 State Street. Time: PM. How to Reach Us. Phone:ext. Tree maintenance and removal issues are handled through the Department of Public Services Highway Division. Callor [email protected] Application for Removal of a.
Newburyport Public Tree. This form is for the request of removal of a hazardous or non-hazardous city tree.
Monitoring the health and protection of Public Trees, creating and updating inventories of such trees.
1. APPLICATION. Petitioner/Requestor must complete attached application and submit it to DPS Tree Warden at 16A Perry Way Newburyport. 2. HEARING DATE.
Tree Removal Hearing; Contact Info. Phone:ext. Birthplace of the US Coast Guard. City of Newburyport, 60 Pleasant Street, Newburyport, MACity Hall Hours: Monday - Wednesday AM to PM; Thursday AM. City of Newburyport Tree Commission 4 Old Business Newburyport Tree Guide CM stated that the Newburyport Tree Guide has gone into its 4th printing. Doing printings of copies is cost effective. Annual Report FY CP reported that the final Annual Report FY was submitted to the Mayor on July 22, New Business.
The Newburyport Yard Waste Facility is open for regular seasonal hours from the second Tuesday in April through the first Saturday in December from AM PM. Please drop off material only when the facility is open. For more information, click here. Residents may bring leaves, brush, and tree limbs up to 18” in diameter. Determination of Street Trees LR explained that the City will continue to use the parcel and street lines as drawn on the Newburyport MIMAP, unless a resident proves otherwise through a private survey of their property, as was the case at 1 Upland Street.
Public Tree Removal Documents. City of Newburyport Tree Commission 2 LR alerted the Commissioners to the fact that one of two elm trees (possibly American elms) located at the Newburyport Public Library, is dying due to Dutch Elm disease. The second elm, located on the corner of Harris, is healthy but should be closely monitored.