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Hazardous Tree Removal

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The Municipality has begun the selective removal and disposal of hazardous trees along perimeter trails, roadways, municipal property, park infrastructure and in burned neighbourhoods.

The scope of the work includes careful identification of trees damaged by the wildfire and removal and disposal of trees that have the potential to strike any of the infrastructure noted above. Trees damaged by the wildfire and identified for removal have severe health and structural support issues placing them at risk of imminent failure with the potential to strike valued infrastructure.

This work is not related to the FireSmart program.

This project includes areas of Saprae Creek, Thickwood, Abasand, Beacon Hill, Waterways and Lower Townsite as shown in the map below.

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Here for You

Hazardous tree removal was discussed during the Here for You Information Session on Sept. 21, 2016..

Frequently Asked Questions

View frequently asked questions on hazardous tree removal here.

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For questions, call the PULSE Line.

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