Chipping program will operate from June 1, 2022 through October 1, 2022.
A chipping permit is NOT required. Just follow the stacking directions below and your material will be chipped. The chipping crew will be rotating through the association on a planned schedule of streets.
Materials to be chipped must be:
- Stacked with the cut or large ends facing the street
- In front of your home and stacked on the edge of the road, not on access easements
- Stack loosely, no higher than 4 feet
- Away from snow poles, fire hydrants, trees, landscaping or structures
- Brush and tree limbs up to 8 inches in diameter, either green or recently dead
- Minimum of 2 feet in length
- Maximum 8 feet in length
- Old, dead, hard branches with no bark attached
- Bark, pine needles and pine cones
- Roots or root wads (tree stumps)
- Scrap lumber
- Lot clearing for construction
- Garbage (trash)
- Metal or wire
For more information about woodchip use for landscaping with regard to fire and defensible space, click here.