Tree Preservation and Protection

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Before You Take Down That Tree

A permit issued by the Jamestown Tree Warden is required before any pruning, trimming or removal of trees or stumps within the Town's right-of-way. Further, a permit is required for planting a tree within the Town right-of-way. In addition, posting by the Town Tree Warden is required before a permit can be issued for a tree removal. Further, a permit is required for planting a tree within the Town right-of-way. Click here for Terms for Maintenance of Trees on Town Property.

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Other Links and Information :

TreesAreGood:This is a link to a site maintained by the ISA (International Society of Arboriculture). It covers educational and practical information for the general public on tree selection, planting and maintenance. This is a good source of information for a homeowner to review prior to selecting a tree and location or to help determine if they can take on the task themselves or hire a professional.

Tree Preservation and Protection Committee:

Steve Saracino (Tree Warden)

Voting Members
  Elaine Peterson (Chairperson)
  Roger Birn, Vice Chairperson
   Lois Migneaul, Secretary

Roger Birn

Mark Girard

Peter Kallman

Andrew Hunter

Non Voting Members

Steve Saracino, Tree Warden

George Souza (Conservation Commission Liaison)

Ex Officio Members
Chris Costa (Building Official)
Lisa Bryer (Town Planner)
Michael Gray (Public Works Director)

The Committee meets the third Tuesday of each month.