We stress that it is very important to consider safety above all.
Tree clearing on this parcel that is outside of the"danger-tree" limits (a tree-length and half from the habitable structure) or without an approved Stump removal englewood co site plan may require a separate permit from the WA Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR). This 'conversion' of land from forestry to non-forestry use prior to the building permit would require a County Timber Harvest Conversion Permit, to be approved prior to.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. The new Permit Application Portal is now available for all residential, commercial, fire code, land use, environmental, land subdivision, and site development permits.
New or continuing applications are now completed in the new Permit Application Portal. These Permit Applicants No Longer Need to Complete the Required Questionnaires Listed Below. There is already a hazardous tree removal permit approved for both properties.
The only work being done on the ROW is the felling of trees away form the road and off the ROW. All clean up work will be off the ROW.
There is a total of trees being removed. 59 of those are in the bushdig.bar permit is to cover two adjascent properties. Kitsap County Permit Types: Permit Type: Description: ADDRESS: Address only (without bldg permit) to obtain temp power: DANGER TREE: Dangerous Tree: DANGER TREE SITE VIS: Danger Tree Site Vist: DANGEROUS BUILDING: Demolition and/or Removal of Structure Residential: DEMO/INT: Partial Demolition or Interior Only.
G. Danger Tree Removal. A site assessment permit shall be required prior to any danger tree removal.
The rope must be sturdy tested to lbs.
Removal of any trees shall be authorized by written approval from the county. Removed trees shall be replaced at a ratio of (three new trees for each tree removed) unless otherwise specified in writing.
You should always get a permit for removing trees on public property, but in general for small trees (less than 5 inches in diameter) you do not need a permit if it is on your property. Tree conservation ordinances can change over time so be sure to ask your Aptera professional if there is any doubt. Clearing, Timber Harvesting, and Tree Removal Registration Required Click Here to Register: Learn the basics of timber harvest, tree removal, or clearing within Kitsap County 8/24/21 pm Critical Areas Registration Opens 7/24/21 Many properties in Kitsap County contain or are located near critical areas.
The fee isfor small forest landowners that have harvested no more than an average volume of two million board feet per year during the previous three years, AND if the forest practices application/notification is for a single contiguous ownership of one or more parcels.