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Posted on: August 1, 2018

City of Norcross Removing Unsafe Trees from City Property

Norcross is identifying and marking dead and dying trees that could impact the safety of the traveling public along city right-of-way and city property. The effort is part of an on-going need to address the recommendations from the Tree Inventory List conducted by Downey Trees on June 2, 2017.

On July 30, 2018, the city identified an American Elm located behind City Hall that is in declining health. A certified arborist from Downey Trees inspected the tree and his recommendation is to remove immediately due to a massive hole and the potential hazard to public safety (tree spans over parking spaces). In the upcoming weeks, the tree will be removed and another one replanted in its place. 

Safety is our number one priority, and we are working hard to remove any potential threats along our right-of-way and city property. We have made significant progress already and will continue our efforts to ensure public safety is our number one priority.

Please contact Sonya Isaac – Project Specialist at sisaac@norcrossga.net or (770) 274-0121 with any concerns and/or questions.

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