§ 98.05  SPACING AND LOCATION OF STREET TREES.
   (A)   Spacing.  The spacing of street trees shall be in accordance with tree species size classes provided in this chapter and no trees may be planted closer together than as follows: small trees, 25 feet; medium trees, 35 feet; and large trees, 50 feet; except in special plantings designed or approved by the Forestry Department.
   (B)   Location.  The distance trees may be planted from curbs or curblines and sidewalks shall be in accordance with the tree species size classes listed in § 98.01. No trees may be planted closer to any curb or sidewalk than the following: small trees, two feet; medium trees, three feet; and large trees, four feet.
   (C)   Corners, fireplugs and driveways. No street tree shall be planted closer than 35 feet from any street corner, measured from the point of nearest intersecting curbs or curblines. No street tree shall be planted closer than 15 feet from any fireplug, nor ten feet from any driveway.
   (D)   Utilities.  No street trees other than those defined as “small trees” in § 98.01, may be planted under or within ten lateral feet from any overhead utility wire or underground water line, sewer line, transmission line or other utility.
(Ord. 419, passed 3-9-1992)  Penalty, see § 98.99