Yes, but the removal of trees (even a single tree) that will be sold for commercial value are subject to the California Forest Practices act and permitting process. Please contact a Registered Professional Forester, Licensed Timber Operator or Arborist prior to removing trees to be sold for timber value.
FAQ Topic: Tree Removal
At this point there is no program to assist residents in the cost of tree removal. Some insurance policies have a provision for tree removal in their debris removal policies. If there is a program developed, we will make sure to advertise it as soon as possible. Check with your local fire safe council for … Continued
You can hire any licensed tree company to have your tree(s) removed or do your own tree work as a land owner with any appropriate permits.
In the Town of Paradise, if the tree is dead, diseased or dying a permit is not required to remove the tree. The Town of Paradise is not issuing tree permits for living trees at this time. In unincorporated Butte County, if the tree is dead, diseased or dying a permit is not required to remove … Continued
No. Trees will not be removed as a normal part of this debris removal program. The exception to this rule is for trees that are considered a danger to the debris removal workers and these trees will be removed to make a safe working environment.
The remaining dead and dying trees are weakened and are a hazard to life and property and should be removed.
Please contact a local Tree Service Company, Registered Professional Forester, Licensed Timber Operator or Arborist to determine the health of your tree(s).
For qualifying customers, wood left onsite after being taken down by PG&E contractors may qualify for PG&E’s no-cost wood removal program. To qualify for this program, the wood removed by PG&E contractors must be: Reasonably accessible by equipment or machinery. Greater than 4 inches in diameter and 6 feet in length. Within 50 feet of … Continued
Markings on trees in the burn area identify the level of threat the tree poses to utilities. The specific markings are explained below: P1 – Tree poses extreme and immediate danger to utilities. Most P1 trees have already been removed or will be removed as soon as possible. P2 – Tree poses danger to utilities … Continued