Can I plant a tree under power lines?
Yes, as long as it is a small species. Check the species availability page for details. All trees under power lines must be 25 feet or less at maturity. The Puyallup NeighborWoods program offers a few species appropriate for under power lines every year.

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1. Do I need a permit to plant a street tree?
2. How do I know if my planting spot is in the right-of-way?
3. Why do I need to locate underground utilities before getting a street tree permit?
4. How do I avoid hitting an underground utility line when I dig my planting hole?
5. Why does the city deny street tree planting permits?
6. Can I plant a tree under power lines?