Volunteers have mapped, measured, and identified nearly 250,000 trees along Portland's streets and in parks.
The Tree Inventory Project is the City’s effort to map, measure, and identify public trees across Portland. Since 2010, PP&R has partnered with communities to catalog nearly 250,000 trees along our streets and in parks! Information and tools from this project help residents better understand the urban forest, and plan for a resilient future.
The Tree Inventory Project is currently on hiatus, and is set to return in Summer 2022. In the meantime, learn about other ways to get involved on our Urban Forestry Workshops page.
Data, Reports, and Maps
Use the map below to find out what trees are in your park or on your block, or search by address, species, or even filter for the largest tree in your neighborhood on our mobile-friendly Tree Inventory Project Web App.
See the results from the work of over 2,000 volunteers to inventory trees across every neighborhood in the city
Individual street tree reports and detailed Tree Plans for over 50 neighborhoods are also available - email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Excel: Download an Excel file containing all data from each inventory
Virtual Tours of Portland's Parks
In 2019, Urban Forestry and our dedicated volunteers finished inventorying every tree in 174 parks! Take an up close look at what we found in selected parks by clicking the links below.
- Trees of Alberta Park
- Trees of Arbor Lodge Park
- Trees of Berkeley Park
- Trees of Bloomington Park
- Trees of Cathedral Park
- Trees of Columbia Park
- Trees of Irving Park
- Trees of Laurelhurst Park
- Trees of Midland Park
- Trees of Peninsula Park
- Trees of Rose City Park
- Trees of Ventura Park
- Trees of Wilshire Park
- Trees of Woodlawn Park
Resources for Volunteers
See our Resources for Volunteers page to access Tree ID guides and read more about volunteer roles.