Incentives & Rebates

Single- and multi-family dwellings account for the largest portion of the city's land mass (67 percent) and provide the biggest opportunity for planting new trees. This means Seattle residents and building owners can make a huge difference in helping us reach Seattle's tree canopy goals. 

Be sure to check out all the City's grants and funding opportunities page, as well as what's listed below.

Incentives & Rebates

At Home

Trees for Neighborhoods
Single- and multi-family dwellings account for the largest portion of the city's land mass (67 percent) and therefore the biggest opportunity for planting new trees. This means many Seattle residents and building owners can make a huge difference in helping us reach Seattle's tree canopy goals. The City, through Seattle Public Utilities, offers an annual tree giveaway and training program.

At Work

Street trees for your community
SDOT is interested in finding neighborhoods where we can plant about 100 trees within (about) a 4 to 5-square block area. Send them your suggestion!

In Your Community

Street trees for your community
SDOT is interested in finding neighborhoods where we can plant about 100 trees within (about) a 4 to 5-square block area. Send them your suggestion!