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The City of Arlington, in coordination with Oncor, is working to ensure Arlington residents are informed regarding tree pruning activities throughout the city. While trees provide shade and beauty to our neighborhoods, unmanaged tree growth in proximity to power lines can be dangerous and cause power outages. It is our goal to provide you with as much information as possible on Oncor's policies and procedures as it relates to tree pruning activities. Who is Oncor? 
Oncor is a regulated utility that delivers electricity regardless of the retail electric provider from whom consumers choose to purchase their electricity.
Pruning Trees Near Electric Utility Lines 
Industry Guidelines 
Frequently Asked Questions: Tree Pruning and Planting 
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