Street Tree Master Plan

Date of Record: 2011-10-19
This Tree Master Plan has been developed to provide a detailed plan for managing the City of Coronado's (City) urban forest. This plan will address what the City's urban forest should look like in the future, how to sustain it, and how to increase public awareness of the benefits provided. This plan should be reevaluated every five (5) years by the City's Public Services staff and the Street Tree Committee to ensure that it conforms to community trends and needs. If after that review there are recommendations, those recommendations shall be forwarded to the City Council.

The City is responsible for the care of approximately 9,250 public trees that are located on street parkways, the municipal golf course, and within twenty-one (21) City parks. The City is fortunate in having a diverse urban forest that includes over 125 species.

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