Our mature trees were stressed by five years of drought. You can help them out by watering them with a soaker hose once a month through the hot summer.
Your trees will love you for it.
The Forestry and Roadway Landscape Division is responsible for the maintenance of roadway and median landscaping and management of the urban forest including maintenance of city street trees (including those in parks) and enforcement of the City's Heritage Tree Ordinance. The Division is also responsible for maintenance of the downtown Castro street and Civic Center area and administration of the City’s Integrated Pest Management Program.
231 North Whisman Road
Mountain View, CA 94043
The National Arbor Day Foundation has named Mountain View a Tree City USA community, recognizing the City's efforts to support the growth and healthy management of Mountain View's "urban forest."
Mountain View has a new community organization dedicated to the support and enhancement of the urban forest. The focus is to educate persons living in Mountain View about the importance of trees through hands-on activities and experiences. Learn more about this group at www.mountainviewtrees.org.
Or, download a guide to 15 different species of trees found in downtown Mountain View's Pioneer Park.
For Frequently Asked Questions on Street Trees, visit our FAQs.