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yegTreeMap is an online map database of trees in Edmonton. Individuals, community groups, and government can collaboratively create an accurate and informative inventory of the trees in their communities.

Create an account and start tracking trees.

How can I use yegTreeMap?

There are several ways that you can explore and use the map.

  • Find Trees: Use the Edmonton Open Tree Map to search for trees in a neighbourhood or specific address.
  • Add Trees: Add existing trees in your yard, near your home or in your neighbourhood and help us create a more complete inventory of trees in Edmonton. Did you receive an Arbor Day Tree when you were in Grade 1? Upload a photo and tell your story about your Arbor Day Tree using yegTreeMap. See examples of others’ tree stories.
  • Plant Trees: Plant new trees and add them to the map.

Download the OpenTreeMap App


Girl downloading Phone App

Android OpenTreeMap

iOS OpenTreeMap

For both apps, yegTreeMap should appear on the list of maps by clicking "See All Public Tree Maps." If you are logged in and have previously edited yegTreeMap, it will appear in the "My Tree Maps" section. If you have location services turned on and are near Edmonton, yegTreeMap will appear in the “Nearby Tree Maps” section.
 

FOIP
Personal information is collected under the authority of section 33 (c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for the administration of the Roots for Trees project.  If you have any questions regarding this collection of personal information, please contact the Program Coordinator at 780-442-4310.

For More Information

Root for Trees

Telephone

311

or 780-442-5311 outside Edmonton

Email citytrees@edmonton.ca

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