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Village of Ridgewood New Tree Ordinance Goes Into Effect May 3rd

Ridgewood shade tree

file photo by Boyd Loving

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Ridgewood NJ, effective May 3, 2022, the Village of Ridgewood has a new tree ordinance, which requires a permit to remove trees on your private property and replacement of those trees.  Please see a copy of the ordinance, attached to this E-Notice below.

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Ordinance 3900 – Amend Chapter 260, Trees and Shrubs

Ordinance 3901 – Amend Chapter 145, Fees – Trees and Shrubs

6 thoughts on “Village of Ridgewood New Tree Ordinance Goes Into Effect May 3rd

  1. I’ve been waiting 5 years for a tree to be replaced in my front yard.

    When I inquired about it last year the guy wrote back and said that I was on the list for this year (2022) but if I paid $400 it would get installed this year (2021).

    Ummm, no thanks.

  2. No worries.
    This will be enforced as much as the ordinance prohibiting plastic garbage bags outside of containers
    The town looks like shit and nobody cares
    The skunks are happy because they can eat more easily

  3. More useless rules to annoy residents

  4. Do I have to pay for blowing down trees?

  5. My neighbor saved a fortune by cutting his old trees down in advance. Looks like shit.

  6. no bags and now we can’t landscape our own yards. This is really a pain in ass and it is what we get for going democratic.

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