Our Mission is to improve the quality of life in the greater Redwood City area through a coordinated program of education, outreach, and advocacy for tree planting, maintenance and support.

Donate Today!

Visit our donations page to see how you can help us grow Redwood City's urban forest.

Thank you...

Thank you to the Board of Port Commissioners of the Port Redwood City for your 2020/21 sponsorship of CityTrees!

News and Updates

While COVID-19 local restrictions and recommendations have prevented us from hosting community volunteer events from March onward in 2020, the Board of Directors has been busy taking on small projects in small, socially distanced ways. Follow us here or on Facebook.

If you would like to receive information about CityTrees volunteering opportunities and the work that we do, please visit our Volunteer page to subscribe to our mailing list.

CityTrees Board Plantings Winter 2021

The Great Tree Migration

CityTrees 2020 Newsletter

CityTrees Reads for Stories from Your Community

CityTrees Awarded $42,000 Environmental Grant to Plant Trees, Fall 2019

CityTrees Upcoming Events

Our events are currently on hold to adhere to San Mateo County guidelines, but our Board members are planning behind the scenes for when we are able to get back out there with our community volunteers. We hope you are staying healthy and well!

CityTrees 2020 Newsletter

CityTrees newsletter 2020_FINAL_11.18.20.pdf

CityTrees Collects 100+ From Stanford University, Tree House Program to Plant Around Redwood City in 2021

CityTrees in the News

Check out our mentions in the local press to see how CityTrees and our volunteers are making a difference in your community!

Hear CityTrees' Treasurer David Grabel speak about CityTrees on PenVoice

CityTrees Celebrates Arbor Week 2019 with a PG&E/California ReLeaf grant

Why do we do what we do, and why are we so passionate about street trees?

This video breaks down some pretty good reasons for growing our urban canopy.

About CityTrees

CityTrees is a volunteer group, formed in May of 2000, to promote and support urban forestry efforts in Redwood City. CityTrees works with the City of Redwood City Public Works Department to plant and maintain trees along Redwood City’s streets, at schools, and on other publicly owned property. Since forming, CityTrees has planted 3,453 trees in the greater Redwood City area.