Commemorative Tree Planting
The City of Brampton has a Tree Dedication Program that provides an opportunity for trees to be planted in neighbourhood parks to commemorate a special occasion. For more information on this program, as well as other City of Brampton Memorial Programs, click here.
The City of Brampton's Urban Forestry Section is responsible for the planting of trees on public properties within the City. Trees that are removed by the Urban Forestry Section are added, if appropriate, to the tree planting list for the next calendar year.
Spring Planting Season:
Occurs between April 15 and June 15.
Fall Planting Season:
Occurs between September 15 and November 15, (This may be extended if weather permitting)
Click here for information on New Subdivision Street Tree planting.
The City of Brampton will remove trees only when deemed necessary.
Trees will be considered for removal only when they are located on City property and are found to be dead, diseased, in severe decline, damaged beyond the point of repair, interfering with City infrastructure, or are found to be an undesirable species.
Tree Planting Advice and Techniques
Trees require an investment to provide their many benefits to people. The biggest cost of trees and shrubs occurs when they are purchased and planted. Initial care includes watering, fertilizing and early maintenance activities and later in the tree’s life cycle, leaf, branch, and whole tree removal and disposal can be expensive.There are many factors to consider to ensure the best possible outcome. Click here to view Tree Planting Instructional Diagram.