But each of those trees got replaced with a tree that.
Into address the number of large limb failures that had been occurring with ficus trees, the Director of San Francisco Public Works issued Order No.“Tree removal criteria for ficus trees (Ficus microcarpa ‘Nitida’)," which eased the removal standards for ficus trees. In accordance with that Director’s Order, and because of the numerous ficus tree failures, Public Works is in the process of identifying specific ficus trees.
San Francisco Public Works will be holding a tree removal hearing on Wednesday, June 5, regarding the mass tree removal.
In March BUF proposed removing 77 ficus trees along 24th St. Through a massive neighborhood investment in time and money, the final result is that only 33 trees will be removed.
More detail in PDF link above, and announcement of the Mission Verde project. Mar 23, The city decided to remove 51 of the trees inwhich brought on the expected public outcry and appeals, which all resulted in a July compromise to remove only 31 trees. And that removal.
For each tree removed, a replacement tree is required.
Each tree has been managed or not by the property owners.
It is recommended that permittees carry adequate liability insurance. For additional information contact us at: San Francisco Public Works Bureau of Urban Forestry 49 South Van Ness Avenue, Suite San Francisco, CA [email protected] SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Often when it rains, there are reports of ficus trees falling in San Francisco.
The city now has decided to relax the rules to make it easier to remove ficus trees. A large Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Oct 30, The San Francisco Bureau of Urban Forestry (BUF) is planning to remove ficus trees in six neighborhoods in The City.
Neighbors have appealed to stop the removal of trees Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.