Residents are responsible for the long-term care of the tree s.
The Town requires a resident to obtain a permit to remove any tree measuring 24 inches in circumference at feet above the ground. Once an application is received, the Town will post notice of the application on the property, and the arborist will inspect each tree requested to be removed. Tree Removal Permit Application All trees on private property with trunks that measure at least twenty-four (24) inches in circumference (or inches in diameter) at four and one-half (4½) feet above ground level require a Village permit to be removed.
We respond quickly to emergencies involving fallen trees and branches to help restore normalcy on your property.
Call our emergency services in Chevy Chase MD after storm damage or old and diseased trees have fallen in your property. We have all the equipment needed to remove fallen trees and branches no matter where they are on your property. Under this program, the Town plants native trees on private property. When a tree is requested the arborist evaluates whether there is an appropriate location on the property for a tree.
The town purchases the trees, pays for installation, and provides a water bag to assist residents with the care needed in the critical first year after planting. The Village encourages resident plantings of canopy trees. The Board of Managers has allocated 7, in this year’s budget to provide a cost-sharing program for the planting of “canopy” trees on privately-owned property.
Chevy Chase, MD Phone: Fax. Created in and incorporated inChevy Chase Village is an historic community of homes on just under half a square mile in the southern section of Montgomery County, Maryland. The original streetcar suburb to the Nation’s Capital, Chevy Chase Village borders the District of Columbia.