Tree Protection and Enhancement The NRC, which acts as the Town's Tree Wardens in conjunction with the Department of Public Works, manages a public shade tree management program that preserves and protects more than 3, Town-owned trees for the enjoyment of the public and the enhancement of Wellesley's environment. 2. Permit Fee -can be paid online during the application process. 3. Inspection by The Wellesley Fire Department within days.
4. Propane Storage Permit may be required. Tank should not be filled until permits are granted and inspected by the Fire Department. Permit is valid for 1 year for non-residential. Restrictions may apply. Permit Guide. Are you building in Wellesley? If so, there's a good chance your project is subject to at least some of the regulations detailed in the links below.
Please note that this is NOT an exhaustive list. It is recommended that you have a conversation with the Town’s Building Inspector / Zoning Enforcement Officer before submitting any. To cut hay within a provincial forest. You need a permit to cut hay within the provincial forest. You may be required to submit an operating plan. For own-use permits.
You need a permit for all own-use green forest products or own-use dead and down forest products for all purposes other than stumphauling.buzz: [email protected] If you are planning to work within feet of a resource area, known as the Buffer Zone, or feet of a river, stream, or vernal pool, known as the Riverfront Area, then you may need a permit to do any work.
If you are within 25 feet of a resource area, then you should contact the Wetlands Administrator as this is a highly protected area.