Do I need a permit to cut down a tree?
Yes, any tree in the City, six inches or more in diameter at breast height (DBH), measured at four and one-half feet above grade, requires a permit prior to cutting it down.

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1. Does the City of Wilsonville have an ordinance regulating trees?
2. Do I need a permit to cut down a tree?
3. Do I need a permit to prune a tree on my property?
4. How many trees can I cut down at once?
5. How much does a type A permit cost?
6. Can I be reimbursed for trees I buy to replace the trees I cut down?
7. What are street trees?
8. Can I cut down a street tree?
9. What if I want to cut down 4 trees or more?
10. How much does a type B permit cost?
11. What is a type C tree removal permit? How much does it cost?
12. I am proposing to develop property and may have to remove trees. What do I have to do?
13. What if a windstorm or other natural phenomenon has damaged or partially damaged a tree on my property?
14. Can trees be cut down on property along the Willamette River?
15. Can trees be cut down on property in the Significant Resource Overlay Zone (SROZ)?
16. What are heritage trees?
17. Are there recommended trees in the development code for landscaping?
18. Is there a list of recommended street trees for development projects?
19. Is there a standard drawing for planting street trees?
20. Where can I get information on requirements for a tree protection plan, related to a type C tree removal permit?
21. Does the city have information on xeriscaping?
22. Does the city have information on naturescaping?
23. Where can I find more information on trees?