Each year, new trees are planted along public parkways and.
} The Village of Glenview Report is published 10 times per year and mailed to all properties. Traffic & Transportation. Information for navigating Glenview roadways and parking -- during construction and inclement weather.
Tree Removal Permit. A permit is required to remove or do work likely to damage a landmark tree. Contact the Inspectional Services Division atfor a permit. The Tree Standards Manual is intended to define and clarify specific requirements identified in the Tree Preservation Ordinance. The manual addresses tree removal and replacement on public and private property. Tree Standards Manual Bulk and brush pick-ups.
Tree – Parkway Tree Planting. The Village manages an ongoing parkway tree planting program in order to help keep Glenview green. Each year, new trees are planted along public parkways and unhealthy or dead trees are removed. Through this program, residents may provide input on a specific type of tree to be planted on the parkway in front of their property.
Justification for removal must be provided. Tree Standards Manual. Tree Removal Application.
Requests for replacement trees are met in the order in which the trees are removed and are subject to annual tree budgets.
Tree removal permits can be submitted via email to [email protected] or submitted in person at Glenview Village Hall Monday through Friday am to pm. Please callfor. Jul 14, The Board of Trustees will be returning to full in-person meetings on June 15 at p.m. at Glenview Village Hall ( East Lake Avenue). Governor Pritzker has announced that the state of Illinois has moved into Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois plan effective Friday, June Glenview residents are asked annually to complete this census.