The layout of utility lines, easements, and grading shall be outside the Critical.
Gwinnett County Unified Development Ordinance, Section ) A6. If you believe the tree is a specimen, we recommend you contact the Department of Planning and Development Office - Development Plan Review Section at prior to removal. If the tree is healthy we recommend you consult with an arborist or registered forester for information about proper pruning and care. A. Gwinnett County: Code of Ordinances: Appendix A. UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE: Chapter Tree Preservation and Replacement Regulations Chapter Tree Preservation and Replacement Regulations § Applicability and Exemptions.
§ Permit Requirements.
§ Tree Density Requirements. Uni ed Development Ordinance Updated April Gwinnett County Unified Development Ordinance Eleventh Edition Adopted/First Edition: February 25, Second Edition: July 22, Tree Requirements in Single-Family Attached Residential Zoning Districts.
82 Section Tree Requirements in Single-Family Detached Residential Zoning File Size: 2MB. Permit Required: No (Residential) The fundamental goal of the Tree Ordinance of Gwinnett County is for the healthy preservation of trees as part of the land development, building construction, and grub and timber harvest processes.
Apr 28, If a specimen tree is removed without prior approval from the Director, the penalty to replace that tree is two times the Tree Density Units of the specimen tree removed.
No major pathological problem fungus, virus etc.
Replacement tree(s) shall be 3 inches caliper or greater. Section of the Greenville County Zoning Ordinance, as amended. (B) Minimum preserved or planted trees shall be equal to 15 tree density units per disturbed acre (see charts in Sections 10 or 11) as described in the required grading permit. (C) In the zoned areas of the County, current zoning requirements for buffers, screens.