Downloads for Managing Our Urban Forest

A wide range of stakeholders can help meet our needs.

Whether it’s a tree in a public or private space, in a sidewalk, a park, or a backyard, all are part of our urban forest. Each can play an important role in improving our quality of life and the environmental health of our city.

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Street Tree List for 2017, approved on May 26, 2017 by the Urban Forestry Council
Uncommon and Special Trees to Promote Diversity in Yards, Parks, and Open Spaces. San Francisco...
Uncommon and Special Trees to Promote Diversity in Yards, Parks, and Open Spaces. San Francisco...
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...

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Street Tree List for 2017, approved on May 26, 2017 by the Urban Forestry Council
Uncommon and Special Trees to Promote Diversity in Yards, Parks, and Open Spaces. San Francisco...
Uncommon and Special Trees to Promote Diversity in Yards, Parks, and Open Spaces. San Francisco...
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...
This handy guide is based of the Urban Forestry Council’s Recommended Street Tree List. It helps...
This handy guide is based of the Urban Forestry Council’s Recommended Street Tree List. It helps...
This handy guide is based of the Urban Forestry Council’s Recommended Street Tree List. It helps...
Annual Urban Forest Report for fiscal year July 1, 2009- June 30, 2010.