The City is committed to developing and improving the capacity of the Woodinville community to plant and care for trees in parks, along streets, and in other urban settings. The City's vision for the year 2015 is that its community urban forest is a reflection of the City's health, well-being and livability.
Trees keep air supply fresh by absorbing carbon dioxide and
producing oxygen. They improve water quality by slowing and
filtering rain water as well as protecting aquifers and watersheds.
Trees provide shade and shelter which reduce heating and cooling
costs and protect wildlife habitat.
: On Tuesday, March 17, 2009, the City Council adopted the new tree regulations for the City of Woodinville . Please click on the attached link to review the New Tree Regulations as adopted by Ordinance 478.
478 Tree Protection Regulations Key Elements
Tree Preservation Programs & Regulations
Heritage Tree Program
Plant Species List
Tree Tribute Program
Woodinville Zoning Code
Tree Care & Preservation Documents
Commercial Design Standards
Community Urban Forestry Plan
Heritage Tree Nomination Form
Tree Board Application
Tree Care Information
Tree Removal Application
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) Vegetation Management Program: Call
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August 4, 2010