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Trees and vegetation make Albury a pleasant place to live, but bring their own challenges.
Permission may be required to prune or remove trees. Make sure you’re aware of the rules and regulations before you start work.
Some of Albury’s most significant plants and animals live alongside the roads in our local neighbourhoods.
A controlled burn is the controlled use of fire under carefully managed conditions to reduce fuel such as dead wood, leaf litter, bark and shrubs.
Dead trees and fallen timber are vital habitat for many animals, including a number of threatened species.
Weeds are a major threat to our unique natural environment, threatening the survival of hundreds of native plants and animals.
Help us keep our city healthy, safe and looking beautiful by ensuring your property is well kept.