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Who is responsible for tree limbs hanging over sidwalks or causing obstruction?

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Who is responsible for tree limbs hanging over sidwalks or causing obstruction?

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It is the responsibility of the homeowner to trim tree limbs that hang over sidewalks and obstruct a pedestrian’s path. Homeowners may call Bob Haines, City of O. P., with issues regarding trimming or replacement of trees within 6 feet from the street area and your property. Please review our Street Tree Policy for more information. Trees that are along this curb area are within the City easement. City Forester phone #: 327-6639. Please read… Overland Park’s Ordinance for Tree Maintenance NOTE: In order to view and print this document, you must have Adobe Acrobat 3.0 or higher. This is a free application that you can download from the web. Tree and Shrub Maintenance Policy according to the City of Overland Park: Dead trees and broken or dead limbs that present a hazard to the public must be removed. You must keep shrubs and trees trimmed to eliminate sight distance problems on corner properties. Public rights-of-way such as streets and sidewalks must remain clear of limbs and branche

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