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Information on Tree Removal and Protection

City of Port Moody Bylaw No. 2961

The City of Port Moody has policies and bylaws that protect our urban forest and natural environment. One of these is the City’s Tree Protection Bylaw which regulates the removal of trees on private property and outlines situations when a tree removal permit is required.

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Check ViewPort on the City website for ESA and SPEA information for your property. Before trimming trees overhanging onto your property we suggest you consult the Good Neighbour Guidelines.

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To find out if your property is within an ESA and/or SPEA:

1. Go to the ViewPort on the City website view.portmoody.ca
2. Click on the ViewPort button on the left side, then click on the Launch ViewPort link.
3. Enter your address and select it from the list to locate your property.
4. Click on Environmental and Watercourses in the Legend on the left to select and show the ESAs and SPEAs.

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For information on how to order a State of Title Certificate from the BC Land Title & Survey go to ltsa.ca, or go to the New Westminster Land Title Office, 300 – 88 Sixth Street, New Westminster, BC.

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Good Neighbour Guidelines

Find helpful information on common sense practices and a summary of municipal bylaws at portmoody.ca/goodneighbour or pick up a printed copy at City Hall.

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Tree Protection Bylaw  BL2961

 

Information_IconDo you need more information? Contact the Development Services Department at the City of Port Moody.604.469.4540 or 604.469.4613 • planning@portmoody.ca

Last updated: 21/09/2015 8:32:39 AM