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The City of Edmonton is responsible for over 1 million trees that make up our urban forest. Crews work behind the scenes to keep Edmonton's tree canopy safe, healthy and beautiful.

Trees around Edmonton get lit up to encourage residents to spend time outside at night and create more vibrant spaces.
Edmonton citizens, groups and organizations can remember, observe or acknowledge an event or an individual by contributing towards tree planting in the city.
The City of Edmonton has operated a tree nursery since 1910. The Old Man Creek tree nursery provides plants used by City of Edmonton Operations.
Edmonton's tree planting initiative! Learn more about planting trees in the city.

Storms can do a lot of damage to trees in the city. Find out how the City manages clean-up efforts after a large storm.

Report dead, dying and stressed trees. They will be recorded and either removed or monitored.

The City regulates the removal, pruning, transportation, storage and sale of elm trees in the city to ensure that the trees remain free of insects and disease.

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Outside Edmonton:  780-442-5311


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