urban and community forest is a defining and valued characteristic of the city of Ann Arbor, which residents affectionately call “ Tree Town,” helping make it a desirable place to live, work and play. Ann Arbor’s publicly-managed urban and community forest provides approximately $4.6 million in benefits each year to the city and its residents. Public Works is charged with maintaining the trees, shrubs and woody vegetation growing along city streets.
For more information about the forestry program, including street tree planting and care please visit the Forestry webpage.
Reporting a problem
For non-emergency tree problems, such as pruning, dead tree removal, please use our Report a Problem tool or download the A2 Fix It app for your smartphone.
If your tree issue is an emergency and it is during regular city business hours contact the Customer Service desk at 734.794.6320. If it is after city business hours call 911.
If the problem is after city business hours and is not an immediate emergency but should be reported, please call the non-emergency Police number at 734.994.2911.