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Portland Trees

The new tree code goes into effect on January 2, 2015

phone: (503) 823-TREE (8733)

fax: 503-823-4493

1900 SW 4th Avenue, Portland, OR 97201

  • Portland's new tree code, Title 11 Trees, goes into effect on January 2, 2015

  • Cherry trees bloom in Downtown’s Tom McCall Waterfront Park

  • A youth crew learns how to prune trees

  • Street trees provide many environmental, social, and health benefits

  • Native trees enhance Portland's parks

  • Tree roots marked for removal during sidewalk repair

Our Mission Statement

PORTLAND TREES is the City's website for quick access to resources that:

- INFORM by raising awareness of trees and the benefits of Portland's urban forest

- SUPPORT by offering information and real life examples to assist Portland residents, arborists, and developers in selecting, planting, maintaining, preserving, and protecting trees

- SIMPLIFY by providing straightforward guides and illustrations to help property owners and developers understand and work with City tree regulations

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South Park Block Trees

The trees in Portland’s parks provide numerous benefits to the city, such as stormwater interception, reduced air pollution, urban heat island mitigation, and wildlife habitat. Learn more about the benefits of trees »