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Tree Ordinance of Milton

Below you will find the City of Milton Tree Ordinances. Acorn Tree Care makes the process of removing unwanted or dead trees from your property as simple and painless as possible. We have provided this as a reference for our tree service customers in the Milton area.

City of Milton Tree Removial Permiting Contact Information

Milton City Hall
13000 Deerfield Parkway Suite 107
Milton, GA 30004
Phone: 678.242.2500
Fax: 678.242.2499

E-mail: info@cityofmiltonga.us

History of Milton, GA

Northern Georgia, which includes Fulton County, was initially part of the Cherokee Indian Country. Native American Cherokee Indians and European settlers resided in tranquility alongside one another until the State of Georgia appropriated the Cherokee’s land in 1830 and then arbitrarily etched the land into counties and dispersed parcels to bidders through the 1832 land lotto. The rest of the Cherokee Indians ended up being expelled to what is currently Oklahoma on the well known Trail of Tears in 1838-39.

The County of Milton was developed in 1857 out of parts of Cherokee, Cobb and Gwinnett counties. It had been named after Lieutenant Colonel John Milton who had been Georgia's first secretary of state. John Milton saved Georgia’s official records from devastation by the British throughout the American Revolutionary War and he was elected to office 3 times. The City of Milton derived its name from Milton County.
 

The Code | City of Milton Tree Ordinances

Web Site - Buffer, Landscape, and Tree Ordinance
Get Forms- City of Milton Buffer, Landscape and Tree Ordinance & Handbook

 

Tree Emergency Contacts

As always in the case of any real emergency please get off of the internet and dial 911. Otherwise, here are links and phone numbers of  people that can help.

With any emergency, please assess the situation. For non-emergency police assistance use this number

City of Milton Police Department
For non-emergency service, call Milton's dispatch line at 678.297.6300, Option 1.

Powerlines are often damaged and the power company must be notified as soon as possible.These are the contact numbers for the power companies that service Fulton County.

Georgia Power: 888-660-5890  http://www.georgiapower.com/
Jackson EMC:  770-963-6166  http://www.jacksonemc.com/
Sawnee EMC:  770-887-2363  http://www.sawnee.com/
Walton EMC:   770-972-2917  http://www.waltonemc.com/

Contact your Insurance company. Most Homeowners policies cover damage from falling trees, be sure to call your agent as soon as possible.

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