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ComEd will be trimmimg trees around electrical lines in our area. 

Tree Trimming to Begin Soon

 Trees and branches that interfere with power lines can create safety hazards and cause power outages. Preventative tree maintenance helps avoid power outages.

Within the next 3 months ComEd  will trim trees, branches and vines that interfere or have the potential to interfere with power lines.

In some cases, tree removal may be required. The remaining tree stumps are treated with an approved herbicide to prevent future regrowth. Herbicide will be applied by state-licensed applicators.

All work is performed by trained, qualified arborists.

 

For More Information

 

Visit ComEd.com/Trees or call us at 800-Edison-1 (800-334-7661)

If you have any   questions regarding the   tree trimming process, call

800-Edison-1 (800-334-7661) and ask to speak with a Vegetation Management representative, or visit our web site at ComEd.com/Trees. You may also request a written copy of the dispute resolution process. Property owners may appeal planned vegetation management activities through ComEd or the Illinois Commerce Commission. To contact a Consumer Affairs Officer of the Illinois Commerce Commission call 800-524-0795. Maps of the affected areas are on file at your local municipal or county office.

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Trees and bushes that grow to heights less than 10 feet, may be approved by ComEd for planting near power lines.  Trees that grow greater that 15 feet, for example maple, elm and blue spruce, should never be planted under or near power lines.  At full height, these trees could contact lines and cause a power outage or create a saftety issue. 

 

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