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Tree Inspections

The City of Surrey performs 3 types of tree inspections: tree replacement inspections, tree barrier inspections, and tree bonding inspections.

Review the following to learn how to book your upcoming tree inspection.

Tree Replacement Inspections

Replacement trees are required as a condition of all tree cutting permits. Book your replacement tree inspection once your new trees have been planted.

To book your Replacement Tree Inspection, email TreeInspection@surrey.ca with the following:

  1. Address or Project Number (include in the subject line and body of the email)
  2. Contact Name, Phone Number and Email Address
  3. Number of replacement trees on the property
  4. One photo of each replacement tree

Tree Barrier Inspections

Tree protection barriers are required as a condition of all building permits, demolition permits, development permits, and development variance permits and subdivisions.

To book your Tree Barrier Inspection, email TreeInspection@surrey.ca with the following:

  1. Address or Project Number (include in the subject line and body of the email)
  2. Contact Name, Phone Number and Email Address
  3. Up to three photos of the tree barriers

Tree Bonding Inspections

Tree bonding is required as a condition of all building permits, development permits, development variance permits, and subdivisions.

To book your Tree Bonding Inspection, email TreeInspection@surrey.ca with the following:

  1. Address or Project Number (include in the subject line and body of the email)
  2. Contact Name, Phone Number and Email Address

Contact Us

You can also book any of type of tree inspection by phone. Call 604-591-4675 and leave a message to request a tree replacement inspection, tree barrier inspection, or tree bonding inspection.

For trees on City property, please contact the Parks Department at 604-501-5050.

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