Shoreline's Trees are topic of ELNA meeting Tuesday

Monday, May 15, 2017

Tuesday, May 16, 2017, 7-9pm
Shoreline City Hall, Rm 301
17500 Midvale Ave N 98133
Coffee and cookies


The abundance of trees is one of the things that makes Shoreline a desirable place to live.In fact, Shoreline is an official “Tree City USA” community, and we do love our trees.

Our May meeting focuses on the health and legacy of trees, and our rights and responsibilities provided within the City Ordinances.

One speaker will be a representative of the City’s Tree Board, a citizens’ body that has been appointed by the City Council to advise them on issues related to public tree maintenance and urban forestry.

The Tree Board works to promote a more unified effort to manage the entire urban forest between the City and residents, business owners, utilities, and other tree stewards in the community.

Our other speaker will be a member of the City’s Customer Response Team or CRT. The CRT responds to residents and resolves inquiries, concerns, suggestions and complaints regarding City infrastructure and Code enforcement and serves as a referral source for City services.
  • As Shoreline continues to develop, we will be faced with increasing questions about the removal of trees in our neighborhood.
  • We will learn about the ordinances regulating the protection and removal of trees, and learn what to do if we have questions about trees being removed.

The trees are our legacy to our children, and even the name of our west side high school Shorewood speaks to the importance we place on our trees.

Come, listen and learn. -- and as usual, all are invited and your participation encouraged.

The Echo Lake Neighborhood is bounded by N / NE 205th, I-5, N / NE 185th, Aurora. All who live or work in this area are members of the neighborhood association.

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