The City is developing a 40-year Urban Forest Management Plan (UFMP) that will act as a guide for maintaining, enhancing, and growing an urban forest in Garden Grove.
Garden Grove's urban forest is a valuable functional and aesthetic asset that improves our quality of life by providing clean air for residents, visitors, and future generations. The economic, social, and environmental benefits that a healthy tree can provide greatly influence our community health and vitality. The trees that line our streets; shade our parks, trails, and schools; beautify our yards; shopping centers, and parking lots help make Garden Grove a better place to play, visit, and live.
Urban Forest Documents
All trees need pruning to stay healthy and safe.