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Free Street Trees - Apply in July

According to the City of Seattle’s Climate Vulnerability Index, Georgetown has less tree canopy coverage than other parts of the city. You can help change that by applying for up to three trees from the City Trees for Neighborhoods Program from Seattle Public Utilities (SPU).

In addition to free trees, you can get help selecting the right tree and planting location, planting assistance, a watering bag, and mulch. Trees are available for yards and/or planting strips in the street. SPU offers 14 different trees, and has a breakdown of which species are approved for yards, the street, and under power lines.

The program is accepting applications through July 29, 2024. The application is online and takes 15 minutes to complete. If you are approved, trees arrive in the fall. Learn more and apply here.

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