Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation To Soon Launch Online Portal To Raise Queries On Hazardous Tress 

Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation To Soon Launch Online Portal To Raise Queries On Hazardous Tress 

Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation To Soon Launch Online Portal To Raise Queries On Hazardous Tress 

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The Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation will resolve complaints about extremely hazardous trees within ’24 hours.’ The administration is developing a new online portal similar to the ‘Saarthi’ helpline. Municipal Commissioner Shekhar Singh has instructed the garden department to act immediately.
BJP MLA Mahesh Landge met Commissioner Shekhar Singh at Auto Cluster to review pre-monsoon work in the Bhosari assembly constituency. They discussed various issues, including drain cleaning, public health, and disaster management.
With the monsoon approaching, the municipal administration should strengthen the disaster management department and planning. Areas like Shantinagar and Adinathnagar in Bhosari experience waterlogging during the first rains. Rainwater drains are connected to drainage lines in many places, causing blockages. MLA Mahesh Landge suggested increasing the number of drainage cleaning vehicles.
Although each ward in the city has a drainage cleaning vehicle, Commissioner Shekhar Singh has instructed Executive Engineer Sanjay Kulkarni from the environment department to deploy another vehicle at the municipal headquarters as a precaution during emergencies.
The tree authority committee of the garden department handles complaints about hazardous trees in municipal limits. However, for trimming trees on private property or society premises, residents need permission from the municipal administration. Due to lack of knowledge or technical issues, residents face difficulties in removing trees. MLA Mahesh Landge suggested an immediate solution.


In response, a new online portal will be developed to resolve complaints about extremely hazardous trees within 24 hours. Complaints about less hazardous trees, trimming, and other issues will be addressed within 72 hours. Commissioner Shekhar Singh also directed that complaints received through MLA Mahesh Landge’s ‘Parivartan Helpline’ be prioritized.
The portal will allow citizens to register complaints about dangerous trees, upload photos, location details, and expected action. The administration will develop the portal to provide updates to complainants.
Commissioner Shekhar Singh assured positive action on suggestions regarding drain cleaning, drainage lines, stormwater lines, public health, potholes, and disaster management. Residents can contact the Parivartan Helpline at 93 79 90 90 90 for resolving civic issues.