Seattle Tree Care Arborists are available to do Tree Inspections based on the International Society of Arboriculture Tree Risk Assessment procedures.
We have 4 ISA Certified Arborists and 2 Qualified Tree Risk Assessors (TRAQ) on staff to assess the health and safety of your trees. Having a regular visit by a Certified Arborist is recommended to help protect your property and trees.
Click here to learn more about what is involved in a Visual Tree Assessment:
Do I Need A Tree Permit?
Is your tree on a steep slope? Does it border the Public Right-of-way? Is your tree considered an “Exceptional Tree” by the City of Seattle? There are many site specifics that dictate whether or not a permit is required for your project. Our ISA Certified Arborists are well versed in the local codes and requirements for the City of Seattle and surrounding municipalities, and will not only inform you about the applicable permit requirements but can file for the permit on your behalf.
The following charts are intended to help you navigate the specifics of your tree project, and the likelihood that a permit will be required. (Coming Soon)
For more information about the most common permit requirements impacting property owners in our region click on the links below:
Our Certified Arborists can provide documentation about your tree(s) in the form of verbal recommendations or through written reports and/or property management plans. We can also create risk mitigation plans, restoration plans, planting plans and monitoring plans.