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Posted on: August 12, 2021

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Street Tree Planting Program UPDATE:

Wow! We asked if you wanted trees, and you certainly answered! The new ROW tree planting program is based on available annual funding, which has been entirely allocated at this time. Additional requests above and beyond will be added to a waitlist in the order received for a future planting. The status of your application will be updated via email from the DPS supervisor overseeing this program. 
DPS is continually researching and applying for tree planting grants, which allow us to augment programs such as this. As a result, available funding is subject to change, so by all means, keep those tree planting requests coming!



New for 2021 is the citywide Right-Of-Way (ROW) Street Tree Planting Program. This is an annual first-come, first-serve program to replace trees on the public ROW (the area between the sidewalk and curb) in front of your home. Check out our FAQ and List of Recommended Trees as well as our low-growing ROW tree list to avoid future conflict with the overhead wires. . To sign up for this exciting new program, please fill out a ROW Tree Planting Program Form, or visit the DPS office at 801 Ajax Drive (Monday-Friday, 8:00-4:30, closed 11:30-12:30 for lunch). Trees provide a great deal of benefits to the neighborhood, and we are happy to offer this program to our residents!


Click here for the Street Tree Planting Program Application!

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