Tree maintenance

Introduction | Assessment of existing trees | Tree limbs overhanging private property | Damage to private infrastructure by trees under Council's responsibility | Possible termite/pest activity in trees | Tree maintenance | Tree maintenance by residents | Planting of new trees | Requests for new trees | Identification of need | Selecting the right location for your new tree | Preferred species | Preferred species list | Tree planting and tree care

Tree maintenance


Tree maintenance works may be undertaken where the actions identified will reduce risk to the community or existing infrastructure. Such works could include: 
  •  Pruning, both formative and directional
  • Crown maintenance
  • Crown and branch reduction (in habitat trees)
  • Remedial (restorative pruning)
  • Removal
  • Removal of deadwood (over 30 mm)
  • Stump grinding
  • Ground reinstatement
  • Rubbish removed from the site
  • Root control management.
  • Where applicable, listing of removed tree for replanting