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 cooling, and create a pleasant experience for walking and biking.
For more information or questions contact Lynne Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
City Forester Website: The Be a Smart Ash website has a lot of useful information. Find out more about why trees matter, tree care, dealing with pests like the Emerald Ash Borer, finding a tree care professional, interactive maps to help you identify your trees and much more.
- Apply for a Free Tree from Denver
- Learn about how to care for your tree: watering, general care, common questions
- Learn more about the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Tree Treatment Options
- Identify your right-of-way trees using the Interactive Map
- Learn more about Denver’s Trees using the Neighborhood report cards
- Need Professional help? Find a tree care professional
The Park People is a local nonprofit organization working with local communities to plant trees and improve parks for a healthy, resilient future. They offer free Denver Digs trees in the spring, TreeForce (workforce development), educate through the Community Forester Program, volunteer opportunities and much, much more. Check out their website: http://theparkpeople.org
Colorado State University Extension Service can help answer your tree questions. Search their website for information or Ask Extension a Question at https://extension.colostate.edu/
New regulations governing tree planting and care in Denver’s public right-of-ways