The County and City of Los Angeles are working together on community engagement efforts for their Urban Forest Management Plans (UFMPs). A UFMP creates a community-wide vision for the future of trees in our community and includes recommendations for how we take care of trees and grow our neighborhood forest.
Do you have thoughts about how we can preserve and protect trees or where trees are needed in your neighborhood? You can get involved in two ways!
- Take the Questionnaire: This questionnaire will take 5 minutes and may be completed at your own pace. Please answer all the questions as best you can – responses will remain anonymous. Your input is greatly appreciated!
- Join a Neighborhood Workshop: Everyone is invited. Share your thoughts about the urban forest and enter a drawing to win a prize. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Find a workshop near you: bit.ly/LAUFMPWorkshops
|The urban forest is the collection of all the trees in your community—in parks, along streets and sidewalks, in your yards, and on the properties of local businesses, places of worship, schools, and more. The County and City of Los Angeles have partnered to create Urban Forest Management Plans, which will develop strategies and best practices to use across the region to support a healthy, sustainable tree canopy that benefits all residents.
How can we preserve & protect trees?
Where do we need trees?
What do trees mean to you?
Let’s work together to create a healthy, sustainable urban forest that benefits everyone.County and City of LA invite you to share your ideas in the creation of Urban Forest Management Plans.
Take the questionnaire or come to a workshop bit.ly/LAUFMPWorkshops #UrbanForestLA For more updates on the UFMP from the County, sign up for the newsletter or follow them on X .