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  • Carry electricity across the state
  • Transport bulk electricity at high voltages ranging from 60 kV-500 kV
  • Are usually supported on tall metal towers, but sometimes on wooden poles
  • Have different vegetation standards than distribution lines due to the high voltages they carry
  • Are managed using the utility industry’s best-management practice of Wire Zone Border Zone
  • Require only low-growing vegetation underneath—typically nothing taller than 10 feet at maturity

Our goal is to achieve a sustainable landscape that supports native plants and natural habitats. Trees near these lines can't be managed by pruning and often must be removed.

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  • Deliver electricity to neighborhoods and communities over a shorter distance than transmission lines
  • Are generally supported by wooden poles and not as high as transmission lines
  • Are the final stage of electricity delivery to homes and businesses
  • Carry lower voltage electricity that is still powerful enough to cause injury or death

Trees growing near these lines may be managed with directional pruning, but removal is often best.

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To view guidelines about landscaping and planting near distribution and transmission lines, visit Right tree, right place.

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