Do you need stumps removed at your Arlington home?

Jay’s Stump Grinding Service turns stump into shavings well underground.  We can generally arrive to remove your stumps in Arlington within 3 days of your call. We look forward to giving over-the-phone stump removal quotes and estimates if you have measured the diameter of the tree stump(s) to be removed. Many of our clients also find it helpful to use their smartphones to take pictures of the tree stump(s) that we will be grinding and then text them to us. For purposes of scale, we suggest placing a food can or coffee cup on the cut tree stump before you take your picture. This allows us to be fully prepared for the job when we arrive in Arlington.

Restrictions for Stump Grinding In Arlington

Arlington-City-logoThere are generally no permits needed for the removal of remaining tree stumps on your property located in Arlington. However, depending on your location, there may be required permits for complete tree removal. Please check with Snohomish County and The City of Arlington for more information. It may also be important to consider underground utilities near the stumps to be removed. Please check with  “Call Before You Dig” for more information.

Our Service

Jay’s Stump Grinding Service can handle any size and quantity of stumps and can reach them in difficult or tight areas. We take pride in quality work and immaculate clean-up. We operate with careful regard to ensure there will be no damage to your house and property. We are fully licensed and insured for all levels of work.

Our Service Areas In Arlington Include:

Smokey Point

Smokey Point is a bustling residential, commercial, and industrial community. The northeast portion of this community was annexed by Arlington in 1999.


The largest planned development in Arlington, Gleneagle is a 1,037-unit neighborhood and HOA built in and around the Gleneagle Golf Course. Consisting of single-family homes and townhouses, Gleneagle was primarily built up from 1987 through 2002 and houses approximately 30% of Arlington’s population.

High Clover Park

High Clover Park is a planned neighborhood and development, consisting of 162 single-family homes. It is situated northwest of the Arlington Municipal Airport.

Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights is a residential area situated east of Arlington on the triangular raised plateau bordered on the east by the Cascade Mountains, on the northwest by the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River, and on the southwest by the South Fork of the Stillaguamish River. In the Cascade foothills, east of Arlington Heights is the Jim Creek Naval Radio Station, a very low-frequency radio array for communication with submarines. It is largely decommissioned but still in use as a recreation facility by Navy personnel and families. Arlington Heights is outside the municipal boundaries of Arlington, but its residents have Arlington postal addresses and their children attend Arlington schools. Some areas in Arlington Heights have excellent views of Whitehorse and Three Fingers Mountains.

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