How do I know if I am eligible for the Foster-A-Tree program?

Participants in the Foster-A-Tree program must meet the following requirements:

  • Participating property is located within Edmond city limits
  • Planting area is located on a publicly maintained street
  • There must be space for a tree within the public right-of-way (close to the street), meaning that the area must be free of conflict with utilities, existing trees, and other infrastructure.

Please view Foster-A-Tree for more information and to fill out the online registration form if you are eligible.

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1. What is Urban Forestry?
2. If there is an issue with a tree at my home, can someone from the Urban Forestry Department help me decide what to do?
3. What is the best way to ensure that newly planted trees will survive?
4. Will the City take care of trees on private property?
5. How do I know if I am eligible for the Foster-A-Tree program?
6. Do I need a permit to prune or remove a tree at my home?
7. Can the City recommend a tree care service?
8. How can I get free trees through the City?
9. Will the City prune trees around my electric service line?
10. I have a problem with my neighbor's tree. Can the City help?
11. How can I get involved with Urban Forestry?