18.46.030   REQUIRED LANDSCAPING – TREES.
   Trees shall be provided, as specified in this section and as shown in the landscape plans described in Section 18.46.080 (Required Landscaping – Landscape Plans).
   .010   Trees in Front and Street Setback Areas.  Trees in the privately owned setback adjacent to a street frontage shall comply with the following provisions.
      .0101   A minimum of one (1) tree for every twenty (20) linear feet of street frontage shall be planted in the setback adjacent to the street.
      .0102   All required trees shall be a minimum size of twenty-four (24) inch box.
      .0103   Trees shall be selected from the City Street Tree Species List adopted by the City, as it may be revised from time-to-time. The Planning Director shall have the authority to allow other tree species; provided that the alternative tree has attributes, such as type, size of canopy at ten (10) years, evergreen, water consumption, low maintenance, free from disease and pest infestation, moderate/fast growth, suitable around people, and colorful Southern California character, similar to the trees found on the City's list.
      .0104   Notwithstanding the choice of a tree specie that is durable and climatically suitable to a project site, the applicant shall install a tree type that is the same variety as trees on adjacent properties, if such tree(s) are healthy and would contribute to the continuity of the streetscape.
      .0105   Trees should generally be aligned with trees on adjacent properties.
   .020   Trees in Areas Other than Front and Street Setbacks.  Trees planted in landscaped areas other than front and street setbacks shall comply with the following provisions.
      .0201   A minimum of fifty percent (50%) of all trees in the area to be landscaped shall be selected from the City Street Tree Species List adopted by the City, as it may be revised from time-to-time.  The Planning Director shall have the authority to allow other tree species; provided that the alternative tree has attributes, such as type, size of canopy at ten (10) years, evergreen, water consumption, low maintenance, free from disease and pest infestation, moderate/fast growth, suitable around people, and colorful Southern California character, similar to the trees found on the City's list.
      .0202   Small canopy trees shall be combined with medium and/or large canopy trees to enhance the depth and contrast of landscaping.
   .030   Street Trees.  Trees in the public right-of-way shall comply with Chapter 13.12 (Street Trees) of the Anaheim Municipal Code.  (Ord. 5920  § 1 (part); June 8, 2004.)