Sidewalk Repair Program
Tree City USA
Redwood City has been a proud member of Tree City USA for over 35 years! This means the City has made a concerted effort to help trees thrive in Redwood City. The standards for being a Tree City include having the following (via Arbor Day Foundation):
- A tree board or department.
- A tree care ordinance.
- A Community Forestry Program With an Annual Budget of at Least $2 Per Capita.
- An Arbor day celebration.
Redwood City is one of the longest tenured members on the list, and is proud to support tree care. Trees significantly enhance the overall beauty of the environment and raise the quality of life. They provide value to the community, including environmental, property, and aesthetic benefits. To learn more about Tree City USA or how you can take better care of the trees in your neighborhood, click here.
Get Involved With CityTrees!
CityTrees is a volunteer organization formed in May of 2000 to promote and support urban forestry efforts in Redwood City. CityTrees' purpose is "to improve the quality of life in Redwood City through a coordinated program of education, outreach and advocacy for tree planting, maintenance and support."
Through its partnership with Public Works, CityTrees has planted over 3,000 trees since it was founded, and is continuing its volunteer work to this day. To volunteer at one of CityTrees' many events click here. If you would like more information about CityTrees, click here or visit their website.