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Langford, BC

Before removing a tree or vegetation in Langford, familiarize yourself with the City’s Tree Protection Bylaw (Bylaw No. 2117, adopted February 2023). This bylaw regulates tree cutting on private property and vegetation removal in designated environmentally sensitive and hazardous Development Permit Areas.

Before starting any work, contact the Planning Department to confirm whether your property is in a Development Permit Area. You may need a Development Permit. Exemptions are available for trees that are dead, diseased, dying, or hazardous to safety or property, but a certified arborist’s report may be required.

For trees on public property, the Parks Department oversees removals. Contact them if you have concerns about a tree near your property.

If you need professional tree services, Anchor Tree Service can guide you through the permitting process and help you comply with local regulations. Learn more on the City of Langford website.

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