The City of Garden Grove's urban forest team, which is comprised of staff from the Street Trees Section, is dedicated to preserving and maintaining the City's 20, beautiful trees that line the streets of Garden Grove. The City offers various tree planting programs including the Adopt a Tree Program and Memorial Tree Program. The Streets and Street Trees Division is primarily responsible for maintaining the City's streets, sidewalks, storm drains/flood control channels and 20, street trees.
Garden Grove City Hall Acacia Parkway Garden Grove, CA Phone- Services Directory. Services Directory Connect Social Media. Tree Ordinance Number was passed by the City Council of Garden Grove on September 5, which adopted the Garden Grove Municipal Code and"codified" all previous ordinances, which included those relating to the protection, maintenance, removal, and planting of trees in the public streets, parks, and other public places in Garden Grove.
Ordinance Number was passed February 23, Adopt a Tree. Residents can beautify their neighborhoods and contribute to the community by adopting a parkway tree from the City of Garden Grove. Location: City parkway. Variety of Tree: Varies, depending on location. Adoption Costs: 75 (includes planting of tree by City crews) Contact:Learn how the City preserves and maintains City trees. Featured. Animal Care Services Building and Safety Report an Issue Pay Water Bill Garden Grove City Hall.
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