Hazardous Eucalyptus trees will be removed on San Carlos Avenue between Alameda de las Pulgas and Cordilleras Avenue in San Carlos from Monday, July 25, through about Aug. 12, the city has announced.
“Professional Tree Care Company (PTC) will remove approximately 36 eucalyptus and other trees that pose a community safety threat due to their large size, frequent limb failure, and risk of falling,” the city said.
For public safety, PTC will close San Carlos Avenue in both directions during the tree removal, which will occur Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. The first closure, beginning in August, will be between Alameda de las Pulgas and Cordilleras Avenue from July 25 through Aug. 2. The second closure will be between Cordilleras Avenue and Sycamore Street and the small portion of Cordilleras Avenue near the intersection of San Carlos Avenue. This closure will be in place beginning in August.
Message boards will provide detour information.
It’s the third phase of the Eucalyptus Tree Removal Project.
Find up-to-date information and detour maps here.
Photo courtesy of the City of San Carlos