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Trees

Trees in Tigard
The City of Tigard has a proud history of commitment to preserving, enhancing and maintaining its urban forest. The city's trees provide an important backdrop for life in Tigard.


Free Street Trees Available
The street tree program seeks to increase the city’s tree canopy and beautify the community by supplying Tigard homeowners and neighborhood groups with free trees. Street trees must be planted in or near the public right of way; this is the area that extends from the street curb or shoulder to a homeowner’s property line.

Street tree order will be accepted through September 30, 2014. Details here...

Photo by Doug Vorwaller


Trees in Existing Development
Learn more about tree care and maintenance, tree removal and hazard trees.
  For homeowners, property owners, etc.
Heritage and Significant Trees
Tigard's Heritage and Significant Tree Program was established to identify and raise public awareness of rare and/or exceptional trees due to their age, size, species, horticultural quality or historical importance.
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Trees in New Development
Learn about the city's urban forestry code requirements for new development.
  For developers, planners, property owners, etc.
Urban Forestry Stewardship
A defining community feature of Tigard is its trees and the urban forest they create. Tigard has been named a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation to honor its commitment to urban forestry.
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Resources
  Tigard's Urban Forestry Project Receives National Planning Award
  Arbor Day 2014
  Frequently Asked Questions
  Urban Forestry Manual
  Urban Forestry Master Plan
  Online Resources
Contact Information
TigardPlannerOnDuty@tigard-or.gov
Planner on Duty: 503-718-2421

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City of Tigard, 13125 SW Hall Blvd, Tigard, OR 97223
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