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Spotlights

autumn-trees-trail-webTree Donations

Do you want to celebrate a recent life event, preserve the memory of a loved one, or just grow Longmont’s urban forest? Consider donating a tree!


Tree City USA 40th Anniversary logoTree City USA

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Longmont’s designation as a Tree City USA.
During that time, Longmont residents have supported the growth and maintenance of our urban forest. The urban forest helps to clean the air we breathe, shade the homes we live in, reduce our energy bills for cooling, and helps define Longmont as a home.


EABadultsideviewEmerald Ash Borer

Learn more about this pest, which was first detected in Longmont in 2013, and find out what you can do to protect your trees.


What We Do

Forestry maintains and cares for trees on public property, including parks, arterials, greenways, ditches, retention sites and around public buildings. Maintenance includes planting new trees, trimming existing trees, spraying trees, testing trees for disease and removing dead and/or diseased trees. This service also responds to resident questions and concerns, and conducts public education programs.

 

 

 

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