Tree Committee

We encourage homeowners and businesses in Curtis Park to plant trees in the city right-of-way and on their property. The goal is to increase the tree canopy in the neighborhood and respond to global warming, increase shade and coolin, and create a pleasant experience for walking and biking. 

For more information or questions contact Lynne Brown, lynnebrown001@gmail.com

Helpful websites:

Apply for a Tree from Denver:

How Is Your Neighborhood Doing: Tree Report Card 

https://app.powerbigov.us/view?r=eyJrIjoiZjZiNGQ2NzctYmQ0MS00ZDlhLWJmMmUtNmM2MDM5MDc4N2RhIiwidCI6IjM5Yzg3YWIzLTY2MTItNDJjMC05NjIwLWE2OTZkMTJkZjgwMyJ9

Emerald Ash Borer Factshttps://beasmartash.org/why-should-i-care/emerald-ash-borer-facts/

Ash Tree Treatment Optionshttps://beasmartash.org/2017/08/01/emerald-ash-borer-treatment-options-denver-ash-tree/

Interactive Maphttps://beasmartash.org/do-i-have-an-ash-tree/interactive-map/

Tree Care Professionalshttps://beasmartash.org/what-can-i-do/get-a-tre

The Park People:  http://theparkpeople.org

Colorado State University Extension Service:  https://extension.colostate.edu/?s=trees&submit=