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Urban Forestry

Portland's trees provide numerous services to the city, such as stormwater interception, reduced air pollution, urban heat island mitigation, and wildlife habitat.

Call Before You Cut. Find rules for removal, pruning, and planting. Learn about tree requirements and permits for development.

Location
Development Services Center
1900 SW Fourth Avenue
First floor lobby
Portland, OR 97201
Mailing address
Contact

Urban Forestry

Manager of our urban forest infrastructure

Upcoming Events

Classes and Activities
Portland's trees are bursting with colorful flowers - take a ride around town to enjoy them before they drop!
Available Online
All monthly meetings of the Urban Forestry Commission are open to the public and community involvement is encouraged. The first five minutes of the meeting are typically reserved for public comments. Please check the meeting agenda ahead of time to confirm if time allows for public comments.
Classes and Activities
Spring has sprung, buds are bursting, and trees throughout Portland are coating the City in fragrant flowers! Register to join us on a Flowering Tree Walk this April.
An introduction to Portland Fruit Tree Project and an overview of engagement opportunities for volunteers.
Classes and Activities
It’s more than roses! Join Urban Forestry Manager Angie DiSalvo for a tour of 100 years of tree plantings at Peninsula Park.

Past Meetings and Hearings