§ 156.113  SHRUBBERY AND TREES.
   (A)   No tree or shrub of any kind shall be planted closer to the street line or sidewalk than 30 inches, nor shall be allowed to grow closer than 18 inches, except at heights of ten feet or more.
   (B)   The following trees shall not be planted in front or side years: poplar; willow; and cottonwood.
   (C)   The following trees shall not be planted in any area or district within the city: American elm and boxelder.
   (D)   Trees may be planted within the public right-of-way between the sidewalk and street only if there is a minimum clear area of five feet from curb to sidewalk. All such plantings shall be centered in the clear area. Where no curbs exist, trees shall be planted three feet from the public walk, or future walk location. All trees planted in public rights-of-way shall be hard maples, Norway maples or an ornamental tree with a mature height of 35 feet or less.
(Ord. 1347, passed 3-18-1991)  Penalty, see § 156.999