Council manages thousands of local trees in streets, parks, gardens and natural areas.
Trees are the most important and highly visible asset within Yarra's parks, gardens and streets. They not only improve the liveability of Yarra, but characterise the place and provide enjoyment for people. Many of the Yarra's trees are culturally important and some have heritage significance. Council is committed to managing and protecting local trees and has developed policies and procedures to ensure this is achieved.
Council has a Customer Service Guarantee with 64 specific commitments aimed at improving customer service for the Yarra community. Read more about our commitments for trees in the Customer Service Guarantee.
Caring for trees
From listening to community feedback, it is clear that the people of Yarra strongly support and appreciate Council’s efforts in planting and maintaining trees. Council, with the support of the local community, looks after Yarra's street trees, parks and reserves.
Coordinator Streetscapes & Trees
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