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Where to find tree permit applications, financial assistance programs, and other fee information. Please contact us at 823-TREE (8733) with any questions.
City of Portland Approved Street Tree Planting Lists - these lists provide tree planting options for different street tree site conditions.
Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) Urban Forestry staff are available to answer tree questions, provide permit applications, and issue some tree permits during posted hours.
Thanks for your interest in tree planting!
This interest form is for tree planting at a Portland Park or other publicly owned property. We will review all projects and do our best to accommodate your request.
Up to 700 free street trees will be planted by PP&R Urban Forestry in the Lents, Argay, Parkrose and Parkose Heights neighborhoods this coming winter. These trees are funded by Portland’s Tree Planting and Preservation Fund and will be watered, weeded, and cared for through 2024.

Free Yard Trees

Free yard trees for Portlanders from Portland Parks & Recreation's Urban Forestry.
Portland's citywide tree planting strategy
Planting trees at schools provides an active learning opportunity for youth of all ages!
Find local tree care providers that have met certain criteria to be included on this list.

Nuisance Tree List

The plants identified on the Nuisance Plants List are prohibited from being planted within the Environmental Overlay Zone, Greenway Overlay Zone, and the Pleasant Valley Natural Resources Overlay Zone.
Below are several options for applying including; online, by email, mail, and in person.
See minimum requirements for replacing a tree, as well as helpful lists and considerations in choosing trees that meet the replacement criteria.
Current list of Urban Forestry's translation services.
These tree pests and diseases are common in the Pacific Northwest, but this is not an exhaustive list.
Use this tool to identify locations that would benefit the most from tree planting.
Portland is working hard to grow its urban forest and the city offers free or subsidized trees through the programs listed below. Each operates on their own timeline and may have restrictions, so check for details. Note these programs are only eligible for non-development planting projects.