Main page content begins here

Drop-In Sessions

Please join us at one of our drop-in public engagement sessions:

Date: Thursday October 24, 2019
Time: 5-8pm
Location: Londonderry Mall, 137th Avenue and 66 St NW

Date: Saturday October 26, 2019
Time: 10am–1pm
Location: Terwillegar Recreation Centre, 2051 Leger Road NW

Date: Wednesday October 30, 2019
Time: 5-8pm
Location: Mckernan Community League Hall, 11341 78 Avenue NW

Urban trees are an increasingly important City asset. They provide environmental, ecological, economic, and social benefits to Edmontonians by purifying the air we breathe, contributing to urban biodiversity, providing wildlife habitat, beautifying our community, absorbing greenhouse gas emissions and providing a sense of well-being. 

We want to hear from you! Tell us your views on how we should manage and protect public trees in parks, boulevards, the river valley, ravines, roadways and more. We are gathering feedback on the following:

Corporate Tree Management Policy

This policy ensures that the urban forest is sustainable, maintained, protected and preserved. It also ensures there are means of acquiring trees and growing the urban forest.

Tree Protection Bylaw

The City is proposing the development of a Tree Protection Bylaw for tree protection enforcement. The objective of this project is to increase Urban Forestry awareness, preservation and protection planning. Ultimately, the aim is to prevent tree damage or loss.

Urban Forest Asset Management Plan

The City recognizes the need for a longer-term asset management plan to ensure a sustainable, resilient urban forest. This plan will include detailed financial information, staffing requirements, monitoring schedule and measurement techniques that meet the principles, objectives and strategies identified in the Urban Forest Management Plan


Fall 2019

Survey live seeking feedback on all three documents

Fall/Winter 2019

Drop-in sessions on Corporate Tree Management Policy and Tree Protection Bylaw

Winter 2020

Drop-in sessions on Urban Forest Asset Management Plan

Spring 2020

Corporate Tree Management Policy update to Council

Summer 2020

Tree Protection Bylaw draft to Council

Fall 2020

Urban Forest Asset Management Plan draft to Council

For More Information

Jeannine Guèrette


End of page content. Please choose between the following five options:

Back to main menu Back to current page menu and content View current page breadcrumb Back to site search Continue to page footer content