The Urban Forestry program manages more than 76,000 public street trees. Our team strives to promote a healthier and more sustainable urban forest, foster community tree awareness and stewardship, and develop tree projects and regulations.
In addition to their aesthetic value, city trees provide significant ecosystem services essential for our current and future generations.
We aim to increase Eugene's tree canopy cover from 22 to 30 percent by the year 2030. We have focused our upcoming planting efforts on the highest priority and hottest areas, based on a variety of health index and socio-economic factors. With this approach, we can begin to address quality of life disparities in historically underserved neighborhoods.
Use Urban Forestry's tree inventory to see what trees are in your area. Use the map to look around Eugene or search by address.
Eugene's Tree Equity Score is based on how much tree canopy and surface temperature align with income, employment, race, age and health factors.
View the Tree Plotter Canopy Tool to explore Eugene's tree canopy and environmental justice conditions throughout Eugene.
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