San Francisco Urban Forest Plan (Phase 1: Street Trees)

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City and County of San Francisco

Published

2016

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The Urban Forest Plan envisions a greener and healthier San Francisco where trees grow and thrive on the City’s streets. Developed in collaboration with San Francisco Public Works, the Urban Forestry Council, and Friends of the Urban Forest, the Urban Forest Plan (Phase 1: Street Trees) provides a long-term vision and strategy to improve the health and sustainability of the City’s urban forest. Adopted by the Board of Supervisors in 2015, the Plan identifies policies and strategies to create an expanded, healthy, and thriving street tree population for all of San Francisco.

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Last updated: Jan. 25, 2021