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Thank you for your past submission via SeeClickFix. The City of St Petersburg periodically reviews past reports that are made from citizens within our city limits, and in an effort to clean-up old issues that were resolved some time ago, we are marking as 'closed' those issues that were submitted in the past for which the work has been completed or the issue has otherwise been resolved.
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Update from Community Services: The reported tree(s) has been evaluated and is not completely dead or in imminent danger of falling, therefore no City action is warranted at this time. The maintenance of trees that are located in the right-of-way is the responsibility of the abutting property owner. To obtain a permit for tree removal, the property owner may contact Zoning at 727-893-7471. For more information about protected, grand, and signature trees as well as other regulations governing tree removal, please visit our Urban Forestry webpage by following the link below:
If you feel that this tree is posing a safety issue for residents and that the abutting property owner is not maintaining it as they are required to do, please contact the Codes Compliance Assistance Department at 727-893-7373.