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Million Trees NYC - A PlaNYC initiative with NYC Parks and New York Restoration Project
A Million Ways to Get Involved: Tell Us About a Tree Planting Opportunity

To complement the City's street tree planting initiatives, NYRP and its partners need your help to identify viable institutional and private properties for tree planting - including schoolyards, public housing campuses, new developments, business districts, and vacant lots.

Each tree-planting recommendation will be shared with the appropriate private landowner or New York City agency. There are a number of factors that must be considered before public and private trees are planted, including landowner permission, infrastructure barriers, and resources necessary to support tree planting and care. We will make every effort to consider your recommendation.

Remember - To request a street tree from the Parks Department, click here or submit a request by calling 311. PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT REQUESTS FOR PLANTING ON CITY SIDEWALKS THROUGH THIS FORM.

Submit your tree-planting opportunity by filling out and submitting the electronic form below:


* Items marked with an asterisk are required.

*First Name:
*Last Name:
Organization (if applicable):
*Street Address (include street number):
*ZIP Code:

Tree-Planting Opportunity Location

Remember - To request a street tree from the Parks Department, click here.

What type of property have you identified for a potential tree planting?

*Property Type:

Street Address of Tree Planting Opportunity (include street number/name):

If no street address is available, please provide cross streets:
Cross streets of: &

*The tree planting opportunity is located in the following borough:

ZIP Code:

Property Name/Owner (if applicable):

Tell us about the tree-planting opportunity - describe the site, potential for trees, potential barriers for planting trees, and why you believe trees are needed on the property.

How did you hear about MillionTreesNYC?

If other, please specify: