New trees can be planted along these City streets.
Street Tree Planting Requirements for New Buildings All new buildings and all enlargements exceeding 20 percent of the floor area must provide one new street tree for every 25 feet of building road frontage. These requirements must be satisfied for the builder to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy from the Department of Buildings (DOB).File Size: 2MB. TREE PLANTING GUIDELINES Street trees are important to our quality of life in the city.
They are living elements of our street infrastructure. Located in the public right-of-way, they provide cooling shade, cleaner air, and more beautiful urban streetscapes.
Trees confer important esthetic and ecological benefits to City residents as bushhaul.bar Size: KB. You can get a free tree to plant on your private property within the five boroughs from a Community Tree Giveaway. These trees must be planted in a yard.
They cannot be planted in a container, on a rooftop, or along the street. The New York Restoration Project provides the trees for the giveaways.
Group 16) would be subject to a lesser street tree planting requirement: one tree would be required for every 25 feet of the street frontage of the zoning lot excluding any permitted curb cuts. Standards for street tree planting are set by DPR. This content is archived material, is no longer maintained and is provided solely for informational bushhaul.bar Size: 78KB.
Caring for Street Trees. We are responsible for the care and maintenance of street trees. For the first two years after a tree has been planted, our planting contractors are responsible for all basic tree care services including watering, weeding, replacing missing soil, and conducting minor pruning and replacement, if necessary.