Tree Removals: North Street and Chase Avenue
Two trees on North Street and eight trees on Chase Avenue will be removed in the coming weeks due to their health and the potential harm they pose to people and property near them.
- WHAT: two large willow oak trees
- WHERE: 400 block of North Street (near Hillsborough Street)
- WHEN: Monday, June 17, through Thursday, June 20
- WHY: permanent damage poses harm to people and property around them if they are not removed
- ROAD CLOSURES: North Street between Hillsborough Street and Mint Springs Road
- The community is invited to meet on North Street at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 13, to honor the trees.
- WHAT: eight large pine trees
- WHERE: Chase Avenue (off South Columbia Street, south of UNC’s campus)
- WHEN: Monday, July 8, through Friday, July 12
- WHY: permanent damage poses harm to a nearby residence
- ROAD CLOSURES: Chase Avenue
The Town of Chapel Hill, which has a strong commitment to sustainability and interest in decreasing the urban “heat-island” effect, regrets when trees must be replaced. Our Tree Protection Ordinance identifies tree canopy as an important community value. We are proud that this year marks our 18th year as a Tree City, a designation from the national Arbor Day Foundation. Visit our Trees webpage at townofchapelhill.org/trees.
For more information, contact Park Maintenance Superintendent Kevin Robinson at 919-969-5104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.