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Plans help guide the management of our urban forest so everyone can share the benefits of this magnificent resource. Reports are important to monitor the progress of the goals outlined in the management plans.
The Urban Forestry Management Plan and Urban Forest Action Plan improve and coordinate the management and administration of Portland’s urban forest, and provide direction for the maintenance and improvement of this important resource
Portlanders are proud of their urban forest, and rightfully so. See how the urban canopy has grown over the years and learn how much benefits Portland receives from the urban forest
Urban Forestry publishes a report with the number of planting, pruning, and removal requests each month, and chronicles important events in Urban Forestry
PP&R's strategy for managing Dutch Elm Disease in Portland neighborhoods
What is Dutch Elm Disease and what do I do if I think my Elm tree has it?
Overview: Urban Forestry Trust Funds Information, Balances & Expenditures, Citywide Tree Planting Strategy (ordinance)
Findings and analysis from the Portland's first comprehensive inventory of over 218,000 street trees.