Powder Springs, GA.
Trees shall not be removed in any protected zone unless the owner/developer documents an economic hardship if the trees in the protected zone were to be preserved.
Such documentation shall be submitted as part of the application for a land disturbance permit.
Cobb County Tree Ordinance. If you are doing major land work and plan to remove trees, you must submit a plan to replant trees in the place of those being removed. Unless there is documentation of economic hardship, dead, dying, diseased or hazardous trees, trees may not be removed from protected zones. The tree ordinance requires a total site density factor of no less than 15 units per treedelimbing.baron: Cobb Pkwy N SteMarietta,GA.
This is a review for a Tree Services business in Cobb County, GA:"I had my first experience with tree removal services and the whole process could not have gone smoother. I needed three medium sized trees removed to increase direct sunlight on my property before sod installation.
Cobb County: Code of Ordinances: Part I. OFFICIAL CODE OF COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA Chapter ENVIRONMENT: Article VI. TREE PRESERVATION AND REPLACEMENT Article VI. TREE PRESERVATION AND REPLACEMENT § Permit- Required. § Same- Procedure. § Removal and replacement of trees. § Density requirements. § There must be a total site density factor of no less than 15 units per acre. For more information and specifications about the Cobb County Tree Ordinance and permitting process, please visit their website.
Fee: None Contact: Mr. Jerry Lanham, Code Enforcement Manager [email protected] Phone & Fax: (p) (p).