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The City of San Jose tree protection ordinance, removal permit application, and arborist info to aid in the removal of dead or hazardous trees from private or public property. Tree Removal PermitWhat is the purpose of the tree policy manual?
The purpose of the tree policy manual and recommended best practices is to define responsibilities for tree management within the City of San José and to provide guidelines and current recommended best management practices to city staff, residents, and others who provide services to the community forest in the City of San José.How to report a tree falling on a road in San Jose?
Tree Emergency Blocking Road or Traffic– If storm-damaged limbs or a diseased fallen tree is found in a roadway or on public property day or night, the situation should be reported to the City of San Jose’s Department Of Transportation (DOT) Dispatch at (408) 794-1900.What is San José doing to protect the environment?
In 2005, San José became a signatory to the urban environmental accords (Action 11) which commits the city to plant 50% of the city’s vacant street tree sites. In 2007, the city adopted its Green Vision (Goal 9) which commits the city to planting 100,000 new trees by 2022.