Trees play a large role in the City of Peachtree Corners and important rules, regulations, and policies have been put in place to ensure that current and future generations of residents and businesses can continue to enjoy these abundant benefits. The city regulates trees by requiring preservation, planting, and proper tree management on public and private properties. Both developing and existing properties have tree standards that must be met and maintained, or enforcement action could be initiated.
Applications may be submitted online by clicking "Submit and Sign" once you have completed the form, or downloaded as a PDF by clicking the "Download Original" button.
Tree Removal Application (1 to 3 trees) - a request to remove any tree from a property or for any specimen tree or any tree in a buffer, the river corridor, or a required zoning buffer from residential property (for 1 to 3 trees).
Tree Removal Application (4 or more trees) - a request to remove any tree from a property or for any specimen tree or any tree in a buffer, the river corridor, or a required zoning buffer from residential property (for 4 or more trees).
The City of Peachtree Corners is a Tree City USA community. The city received this certification seven years ago and is recognized for having a strong tree ordinance, staff dedicated to tree protection, and funds dedicated specifically for the planting of trees. The program is sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service and the objective is for cities to maintain and grow their tree cover through regulatory, private, and civic efforts.