Tree Safety

When you’re enjoying the outdoors, remember to play it safe and avoid dangerous overhead electric lines. Children and adults should not climb, play, or work in trees that are near electric wires.


Power Lines and Tree Safety

For safety reasons, always treat all wires as high-voltage wires, energized and dangerous to touch, whether such wires are covered or bare, on the pole, or fallen to the ground.

Important Note: During or after any storm event, consider all downed wires to be energized and dangerous, including telephone, fiber optic, and cable TV wires. They may be in contact with energized electric wires that are not within your view. To report downed electric wires, please call our Emergency Number.


Help Our Trees

Combat invasive tree-killing insects and help save the environment.

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Vegetation Management Responsibility

Tree pruning and maintenance is the responsibility of both the property owner and Liberty Utilities. Find out more about the differences and Liberty Utilities’ responsibility and schedule.

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Clean Up

Tree clean up and wood disposal.

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Planting trees?

Plan ahead and choose plantings wisely.

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