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.

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CityTrees Returns Native Trees to Redwood Creek

CityTrees Prunes 48 Trees in 48 Hours


News and Updates

Fall 2018 has kept CityTrees very busy so far. We have led a pruning workshop at Everest High School for community service students, pruned at the Port of Redwood City, and will begin a native tree planting project along Redwood Creek in partnership with Grassroots Ecology. Follow us here or on Facebook.

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The Return of Native Tree Species to the Redwood Creek Area

(Over) 48 Trees in 48 Hours

Another Successful Summer Prune & Pub Season

CityTrees Upcoming Events

Fall 2018:

The CityTrees team is hard at work planning events for the Fall. Please save these dates, and watch for information on how you can sign up to join us.

Saturday November 17, 2018 - Planting, 9am-12pm, Redwood Shores (This planting has been postponed due to air quality concerns.)

Saturday December 15, 2018 - Planting, 9am-12pm, Redwood Shores

(Location information will be provided as we get closer to the date after you sign up via the link below.)


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!

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

This guy 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 3,233 trees in the greater Redwood City area.