To remove a tree from a residential or non-residential property in unincorporated Hillsborough County, you may need a permit. To determine if a tree requires a permit prior to removal, view our Residential Tree Removal Guide. Fees. Application fee:Multiple trees can be removed on the same tree removal permit.
Join us for a live tree removal webinar on Thursday, October 7, at 10 AM. Register now! There are some trees that do not require a permit to remove them due to the traits of the trees such as being invasive, among other criteria. The reviewing authority must base its determination to approve, conditionally approve or deny an application for a tree removal permit on a balancing of specific Criteria supporting retention or removal of the tree (i.e., the tree’s species, condition, and location, proximity of the tree to existing or proposed structures, etc.); however, the reviewing authority is required to issue a permit.
On-Site Visit: The City arborist will assess your tree to determine if a permit may be issued; if issued, you must post a notice (supplied by the arborist) for 48 hours prior to removal and pay any applicable fees.
Remove Permitted Tree (s): Remove tree (s) within 60 days or contact [email protected] if an extension is needed. Close Permit. Fill out our online form, or. Call our Customer Service Center atThese guidelines for tree removal permits are only for properties in “Unincorporated” Hillsborough County.
Properties in the jurisdiction of the. City of Tampa, Temple Terrace, or Plant City, would need to apply for tree removal through those municipalities. Visit the Hillsborough County Property Appraiser’sofficeto find out if your.