Is my tree a “city tree”?

A tree is under the jurisdiction of the city when it is growing in a public park/space or is within the public right-of-way along the edge of the road. The right-of-way is usually the esplanade between the sidewalk and street or within 10 ft of the edge of a street without a sidewalk. (To make a rough estimate try out the city parcel viewer. Choose the aerial imagery layer and search for your address)

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1. Is my tree a “city tree”?
2. What if I think my tree needs to be pruned or removed?
3. What do I do if I’ve been waiting for work to be done on my tree?
4. When do I need permission to remove a tree from my private property?
5. Will the city pick up fallen branches?
6. When will my stump be removed?
7. How do I dispose of limbs from (private) trees in my yard?
8. How do I get a new tree planted?
9. What if I’m having a problem with squirrels accessing my house?
10. What happens when roots are getting into my pipes?
11. Where can I find written regulations regarding city trees and vegetation?