Street Tree Committee

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Street Tree Committee

Mission Statement

The Coronado Street Tree Committee serves as an advisory committee to the City Council and to City staff working with a common goal to maintain, improve, renew, and protect the urban forest in public rights of way, as well as to share information with the public, enhance appreciation of trees, to enhance appreciation of trees, promote proper tree care, and to encourage participation in the development of Coronado's urban forest.

Meetings and Members

The Street Tree Committee meets on the first Thursday of each month at 2:30 p.m. at Coronado Public Services, 101 B Avenue, Coronado, CA  92118.

The Street Tree Committee is comprised of five members:
David Lee Reis, Chair
Cara O'Callaghan, Vice Chair
Samantha Bey, Member
Mary Berube, Member
Flavio Velez, Member

Art Valdivia, Public Services Supervisor, serves as a City advisor to the Committee and can be reached by email at [email protected]

Street Tree Master Plan

This is the second revision of the City of Coronado Street Tree Master Plan.  This plan is to be evaluated and revised every five (5) years as a joint responsibility of the Public Services Supervisor and the Street Tree Committee.

Please click here to view the current Street Tree Master Plan 2016.

If you are interested in learning more about Coronado's Street Tree Committee, please click here.



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