Is there any way residents can get a larger or older tree planted if their tree-lawn tree is scheduled to be replaced?

Yes! When trees are scheduled for replacement, homeowners are notified approximately two months prior to the planting of a tree. Upon notification, homeowners may request a larger caliper tree by completing a Resident Upgrade Form. The completed form and payment (current charges are listed on the form) should be returned to the Public Works Department. Tree plantings are only scheduled for spring and fall. Email Public Works or call 216-491-1490 for more information.

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1. Who owns the trees and the treelawn?
2. Whose responsibility is it to maintain the treelawn?
3. Whose responsibility is it to maintain trees on the treelawn?
4. Who pays for the trees that are planted on the treelawn?
5. Is there any way residents can get a larger or older tree planted if their tree-lawn tree is scheduled to be replaced?
6. When issues arise on the treelawn such as damage, danger posed by a tree, or when other questions arise, whom should I contact?
7. There is a downed limb blocking the sidewalk, street or driveway apron. Can the Public Works Department help?
8. Where can I get wood chips from the City?
9. How much mulch should I apply around a tree?
10. The neighbor's tree branches are hanging in my yard. Can I trim them?
11. What is the City's tree pruning program?