If you have questions about our Urban Forestry program, or trees that you think need attention please
or call (513) 861-9070.
Cincinnati Street Trees
Gracing the City with Street Trees, Cincinnati Parks' Urban Forestry division is responsible for planting, maintaining, and protecting more than 80,000 street trees on more than 1,000 miles of public right-of-way within the City of Cincinnati.
The Street Tree program has been operating since 1981 with funding through an annual urban forestry assessment. Cincinnati City Council levies the assessment at the rate of 18 cents per linear foot on all property which abuts a public right-of-way within the city. This appears on Cincinnati property owner's January tax bill. State law restricts this money so that it can only be used for the street tree program; it cannot be spent on any other City program or service.