Residential Tree Planting Program

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2020 Residential Tree Planting Program                                       newly_planted_tree.jpg.860x0_q70_crop-scale
Thanks to recent grants and donations Plymouth Township is pleased to provide a Residential Tree Planting Program to benefit our community.  The Township's objective is to encourage green neighborhoods, increase the overall tree canopy and preserve and enhance the character of tree-lined streets.  The program also offers residents an opportunity to replace trees that have been lost over time to disease and other factors.  The available trees can be planted in public right-of-ways (between the sidewalk and the street) or by a Homeowners Association (HOA) within designated common areas of the subdivision.  There is no cost for the trees, however, property owners are responsible for installation and ongoing maintenance for the life of the tree(s).  Please see application below.

As questions are asked I will update this page with answers when availble.
Q.  What size are the trees?
A.  Trees are expected to be 1.5 to 2 inch caliper.  Approximately 6' to 8'.
Q.  What are the available species?
A.  Available species are identified in the application.  (Tulip, Elm and Sugar Maple)
Q.  What is the cost to have a tree planted?
A.  The approximate cost to plant is $125.00.  Labor must be prepaid and arranged prior to delivery with the Township's vendor.  More details will be provided.

Residential Tree Planting Program 2020 Timeline


APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT

WHY WE NEED TREES