The City of West Hollywood will begin its annual tree pruning program on Monday, September 12, 2022 and work is expected to continue through February 2023.Trees make our cities greener, cleaner, and healthier. The City of West Hollywood has approximately 12,500 trees that require maintenance and care.
The City’s contractor, West Coast Arborists, is beginning pruning work along Sunset Boulevard, taking care not to disrupt Westbound lanes until after 10 a.m. in order to minimize the impact on morning commute traffic. During the coming weeks, crews will move to other commercial areas on Beverly Boulevard, Santa Monica Boulevard, and other arterial streets. Following commercial area trimming, work will commence on residential arterial streets. Each day, trimming will start at 8 a.m. and work will be finished by 3 p.m.
The City will communicate to residents, businesses, and motorists in advance of if annual tree pruning work, using several methods:
- “No parking” signs will be placed a minimum of 24 hours in advance of work. The signs will reflect scheduled trimming activities for each day and they will be broken down into two time segments: before 12 p.m. and after 12 p.m. Parking spaces will be reopened as soon as possible after work is completed;
- Door hangers or postings on trees will be placed a minimum of 72 hours in advance of residential tree-trimming activities;
- Electronic message boards may be placed at strategic locations several days before trimming, as well as during trimming activities, in order to provide commuters with advance notice so they can plan route changes; and
- Notification of trimming activity will be posted on the City’s website and on the City’s social media pages @WeHoCity.
The City of West Hollywood remains in a declared local emergency in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. West Hollywood City Hall is open for walk-in services at public counters or by appointment by visiting www.weho.org/appointments. City Hall services are accessible by phone at (323) 848-6400 and via website at www.weho.org. The City’s coronavirus updates are available at www.weho.org/coronavirus.
Hopefully not a hack job!
It always is.
This city over prunes their trees.
I’ve honestly never seen anything like it and I’ve lived many places.
It is crazy how much and how often they hack our city trees. Never understood it.