Trees and Urban Forestry

  • Seattle ReLeaf
    Seattle reLeaf provides residents information, volunteer opportunities and incentives to enhance our tree cover and increase the benefits trees bring to Seattle.
  • Seattle Department of Transportation Urban Forestry
    Administers, maintains, protects, and expands the City's urban landscape in street right-of-ways.
  • Seattle Parks and Recreation Urban Forest Restoration Program
    Enhances the beauty, sustainability and safety of our publicly-owned urban forest in Seattle parks.
  • Green Seattle Partnership
    The Green Seattle Partnership is a unique public/private partnership between the City of Seattle and Forterra with a goal of restoring 2,500 acres of forested parkland in the City of Seattle. Community volunteers are a vital part of the Partnership's efforts, dedicating 87,000 hours in 2009.
  • Urban Forestry Commission
    Advises the Mayor and City Council on policies, plans, and regulations related to the protection, management, and conservation of trees in Seattle.
  • Seattle City Light Tree Trimming Program
    Maintains a reliable electric service by clearing branches, limbs and fallen trees away from power lines.

City Plans, Policies and Procedures