Austin’s urban forest is made up of trees, vegetation and other components that are invaluable to the wellbeing and identity of our community. Explore and learn more about this growing resource.

Community Trees  |  Park Trees  |  Street Trees  


To report concerns about trees, dial 3-1-1.

Resources for Homeowners & Backyard Gardeners

Brush Pick Up

Free Trees

Free Mulch

Incentives and Rebates Portal

Urban Forest Grant Program

Neighborhood Partnering Program

Resources for Educators & Parents

Urban Forest Youth Education

Bright Green Future Grant Program

Discover the Forest

Free Forest School of Austin

PEAS - Partners for Education Agriculture & Sustainability

Urban Forest Grant Program

Neighborhood Partnering Program

Get Active in Your Community

Austin Community Trees

Austin Parks Foundation

Keep Austin Beautiful


The Trail Foundation

Learn More About Our Urban Forest 

About Austin's Urban Forest 

Urban Forest Planning

Community Tree Priority Map 

Community Tree Report 

Austin's Green Infrastructure StoryMap

My City Trees - Interactive Map

Austin Urban Forest Inventory and Analysis

State of Our Environment Report

Urban Forest Sustainability + Management Review

Invasive Species Management Plan

Wildfire Preparedness

Tree Care

Grow Green Sustainable Landscaping Practices

Trees in Power Lines

Emerald Ash Borer

Oak Wilt Suppression

International Society of Arboriculture - A Tree Owner Information

Find an ISA Certified Arborist

Parks, Street Trees & Public Lands

Austin Park Directory

Park Rangers

Wildland Conservation

Report Street Tree Issues

Complete Streets

Right of Way Vegetation

Tree Protection & Permits

Tree Permitting

Frequently Asked Questions

Environmental Inspection (commercial)

Residential Tree Planting List for Tree Mitigation

Public Parks Tree Permit

Sustainability & Conservation

Imagine Austin

Urban Heat & Cool Spaces

Water Conservation

Continuing Education

Prepare for the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist Exam


The Tree Information Center is sponsored by the Community Tree Preservation Division.


Community Trees  |  Park Trees  |  Street Trees