City Trees Program
Plant a tree. Create a shady spot in your yard and habitat for wildlife, save energy, absorb water runoff and increase property values.
Since 2006, the City of Minneapolis has funded the City Trees program, a low-cost way to help build the city’s tree canopy. Trees are available for Minneapolis residents, businesses, and nonprofits.
In the past six years, the City Trees program planted more than 7,500 trees in Minneapolis, an accomplishment made possible through the hard work of Tree Trust staff and volunteers.
Learn more about the City’s efforts to enhance our tree canopy, and continue to check this page for updates about the 2015 City Trees program.
The map below shows just how much the City Trees program has made a difference -- watch as trees from the past eight years help maintain and expand Minneapolis' urban tree canopy.
Map courtesy of Flat Rock Geographics.
Last updated Oct 28, 2014