There is a small metal tag attached to some trees in my yard. What does that mean?
During development, all trees greater than 6 inches in diameter are tagged and surveyed. They are protected for you by Environmental Resources staff throughout the development process. Before removing any tags, contact building inspections at 952-985-4440 to determine if a final inspection has been completed for your lot.

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1. There is a small metal tag attached to some trees in my yard. What does that mean?
2. I passed a development and saw some silt fence down near a wetland. Who should I contact to get it fixed?
3. What is buckthorn and how can I manage it?
4. We have a pond/stormwater basin in our backyard. We would like to have a dock and a canoe so my kids can fish. Is that possible?
5. Does the City treat my pond for mosquitoes?
6. Why is my pond green?
7. How many trees do I have to plant on my lot with a newly built home?
8. What should I do if I see pollution going into the storm drain or in my pond?
9. What can I do to improve the water quality in Lakeville?
10. I have a group that is interested in volunteering. How do I find out what opportunities are available?
11. I have a tree in my backyard that looks sick. Who can I contact to determine if it is diseased and if there is anything I should do?
12. Where can I purchase native plants?