Mark Mitchell Chief Building Official
Trees. The City of Peachtree Corners has staff that enforce the Buffer, Landscape and Tree Ordinance and can provide residents with guidance on tree removal requirements within the City of Peachtree Corners. The Peachtree Corners Arborists do not provide tree removal; residents should contact private companies for that service.
Apply for a Tree Removal Permit. Submit a complete application through our permitting portal. Your submittal must include: Completed Tree Removal Permit Application; Photo of each tree to be removed. Clearly document death, disease, or any other issue; You must show diameter of each tree to be removed (picture below) Letters of Approval, if applicable.
There are two major reasons why a homeowner needs a permit on projects: the first is because when a permit is filed, city officials will inspect the work completed at different stages to ensure the work complies with current safety and health building codes.
The second, and most significant reason, is it protects the homeowner’s investment. Tree Removal Information; Utilities; When Do I Need a Building Permit?
Town Center. Town Center Events; (to be submitted with any building permit) Peachtree Corners City Hall, Technology Parkway, Peachtree Corners, GA Telephone: Did you know that Peachtree Corners homeowners are required to obtain a tree removal permit to remove a tree that is located in a required Zoning Buffer, Conservation Area, Open Space, Chattahoochee River Corridor or designated Tree Save Area; or if the tree is a specimen tree.
Not sure if this applies to you? Contact Melissa Schwartz at City Hall, or email mschwartz. Peachtree Corners, a 17 square mile city located in the state of Georgia along the western border of Gwinnett County, is the county's newest and largest city with.