Call to get tree service such as tree romoval,

stump grinding, bush trimming, shrub mulching

or resolve any other tree related issues now:

Call now +1 (855) 280-15-30

Net I am confused.

Jun 16, For questions, call the tree line ator email. Applications for Tree Removal and/or Construction: FAQ: The FAQ is being revised to address changes to the Land Development Codeand as a result of Florida House Bill. Removal of trees in unincorporated areas on private property: Commercial/Multi-family/New Single. Permits are issued online or by the Building Development Division at the permit counter which is located in the Public Works / Technical Services Building at: 78th Avenue N Pinellas Park, FL The permit counter is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.

to 5 p.m.

If you selling taxable items, you will need a seller's permit.

You can contact us by calling Defining a Complete Set. Tree Removal/Protection Permit Application: If you live in a city, contact your city directly for its tree and shrub regulations. If you live outside of city limits in unincorporated Pinellas County (check my property), tree removal almost always requires a permit. Permit Fee Schedule - Other Than One & Two Family Dwellings.

(Plan Review is 1/2 the Permit Fees) Total Valuation Fee. Fee. 1, and less. 50 minimum fee shall be charged. 1, to 50, 50 for first 1, valuation plus 7 for each additional 1, or fraction thereof up to and including 50, 50, to, Code Enforcement - trash, high lawns, etc. Drainage Requirements. Docks / Dredge and Fill Permitting. Total list of fees in Pinellas County. Industrial Pretreatment Program (including Pinellas Park) Occupational Licenses - no longer needed.

Tree Removal / Landscaping. If you live in a city, contact your city directly for tree and shrub regulations. Tree removal laws & permits St. Petersburg FL. As long a tree is not a Protected, Grand or Signature tree, you may remove it without a permit.

With Bids.

Protected tree: Any shade tree 4” or larger diameter at breast height (dbh, as measured 4 ½ feet above ground); any understory tree which is 8” or larger dbh. Grand: Any tree which is 30 inches in.

© | 1276 1277 1278 1279 1280 | Privacy Policy