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Design options for tree planting in hard surfaces are available on the Green Streets web.

From the perspective of Private Tree Protection bylaw (C.Article III), a significant tree is every tree, with a diameter of 30cm or more, regardless of species. From the perspective of Trees on City Streets Bylaw (C.Article II) and Ravine and Natural Feature Protection Bylaw, a tree of any size or any species is a significant stumpchop.buzzted Reading Time: 9 mins.

The City of Toronto does not regulate the trimming of trees on private property.

Trees in parks: About 3.

Where a tree on private property is protected under provisions of the Private Tree Bylaw or Ravine and Natural Feature Protection Bylaw, pruning of the tree is permitted provided the pruning is in accordance with good arboricultural standards.

Maintenance, growth and enhancement of the urban forest are important goals of the City. Considering tree protection in the initial stages of construction planning may mean the difference between preserving a healthy tree and having to remove it. Plans created with tree protection in mind help protect the City’s urban forest.

All construction related applications [ ]Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins. Aug 05, City Fee for Removal permit application:for the first tree between 15cm and 24cm.for any additional trees, or for trees larger than 24cm.

If a permit is required for a tree to be removed, then the city requires at least ONE tree be re-planted in its place, although sometimes the city will ask for two or three trees as replacements.

As a condition of the permit, one replacement tree must be planted for every 10cm DBH of healthy tree removed. Asecurity deposit is required for each tree to be planted. The security deposit will be refunded once a final Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Fines for illegal tree removal A person convicted of an offence under City of Toronto Municipal Code ChapterArticle III is subject to a minimum fine ofand a maximum fine of, per tree involved in an offense; a special supplementary fine of, is also possible.