The removal of regulated trees in unincorporated Alachua County requires a tree removal permit. This permit is necessary to help manage healthy canopy renewal. Depending on the size and quality of trees to be removed, mitigation plantings or fee in lieu of planting may be required.
Similarly fines maybe assessed when regulated trees are removed without a permit. Report a Hazardous Tree. To report an urgent or imminent hazardous tree condition in Alachua County, please use the following contacts numbers: Afterhours urgent tree issues: Call the Alachua County Combined Communications Center at County road right of way: Alachua County Public Works at or - Click on Permit Records on the Online Permitting page - Enter username: ipswich and password: - Key in desired search parameters, press Search, results appear, - Click on desired permit row, the Details page opens.
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the tree to determine if it meets the criteria outlined in the Land Development code for issuance of a permit 2. A written determination for the application will be left at the property unless specified otherwise. Tree Removal Permits are valid for a two (2) year period from the date of issuance. Guidelines and Procedures for Tree Removal Permits, unless exempted otherwise by the Land Development Code, are required for the removal of trees on residential and non-residential properties for all tree species, with the exception of exempted trees as defined by the Land Development Code.
A list of exempted species is included with this packet.