Boston Beacon Hill condo owners are responsible for removing snow from the sidewalks outside their buildings. Normally the building manager has a staff that removes the snow. as part of your condo fees. However, if the condo association is self managed its imperative someone is appointed to ensure that this hazard is completed in a timely manner.

What About Trees on Sidewalks?

The Boston Department of Public Works (DPW) is responsible for pruning and maintaining all trees located on city streets—not homeowners or Boston condo associations.

This is a question that comes up in inspections, so I thought I’d share some background on tree care.

The city has been caring for the “worst first,” meaning trees that pose safety hazards, are near power lines or have caused structural flaws. This is particularly important to note because “structural flaws” concerns sidewalks where tree roots have damaged and lifted up concrete, posing major trip hazards, you can call 3-1-1

Visit BPW website for more details

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