What is a Town tree?
Trees that are located on Town property or a Town right-of-way (generally 6-8 feet from the roadside curb) are considered to be Town trees. As such, these are the responsibility of the Town and will be maintained and/or removed by the Town. The Town is very dedicated to the preservation of trees and will only remove a tree as a last resort or during road reconstruction projects.

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1. What is a Town tree?
2. When will a Town tree be removed?
3. Are there any restrictions on tree planting?
4. Does the Town remove a fallen tree from a State or County road?
5. Who do I contact if a tree is damaging my sidewalk?
6. How long does it take to remove a tree causing damage to a sidewalk?
7. What can be done about tree roots interfering with my sewer lines?
8. What do I do if a tree is damaged by a storm or interferring with power lines?
9. Who do I contact about my insurance being cancelled as a result of tree interference with my sidewalk?
10. Who do I contact about infested trees?
11. How do I know if an Asian Long Horned Beetle is infesting and damaging my tree?
12. What should I do if my tree shows signs of infestation?