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Mineral & Stringtown Hazard Tree Removal

Season two of tree removal is anticipated to begin on Aspen Lane West on Tuesday, May 28th (originally May 23rd). When operations begin, expect noise from equipment and potential traffic delays. Access via HWY 36 to Aspen, Aspen Lane West, Aspen Lane East, Sugar Pine, and Lodgepole Lanes may be limited for your safety during operational hours (M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm).

The RCDTC has partnered with the Mineral Firewise USA® Council to implement Phase I of the Mineral & Stringtown Hazard Tree Removal Project. This project will ultimately serve Mineral's Cool-Air, Lassen Alpine Village, and Meadowview subdivisions in addition to Stringtown to treat dead, dying, and diseased trees, and trees that violate Public Resources Code 4291. The Mineral & Stringtown Hazard Tree Removal Project is a TinderSmart Tehama program available at no additional cost to residents.

Get Involved 

For hazard tree removal or treatment on private property in Mineral's subdivisions and Stringtown, please submit an Inquiry Form.

How to get involved flowchart for the Mineral & Stringtown Hazard Tree Removal Project.
Project Progress 

2023 Project Progress:

  • 10/3/23: P31 has removed 1,634 trees in Stringtown since the end of June 2023. Operations have ended for the 2023 season and will resume in the spring of 2024. 

 

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Funding for this project provided by the California Department of Forestry and
Fire Protection’s Fire Prevention Program as part of the California Climate
Investments Program.