Round 3 - updated plans now available

With the support of the NSW Government's Cooler Suburbs Grant (Round 3), we are looking to plant an additional 590 trees across the City over the next 12 months. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on suggested planting locations for Round 3 of our Urban Canopy Program. All feedback has been reviewed and updated plans are now available, please scroll down to view.

More plans have also been added to show proposed plantings at the following public schools:

  • North Strathfield Public School
  • Mortlake Public School
  • Abbotsford Public School
  • Victoria Avenue Public School

Consultation for the Greenlees Park plan is still open

We are still accepting feedback on the Greenlees Park plan.

How to provide feedback:

  • Online: click here to view the plans and provide feedback online before Friday, 11 March
  • Attend a drop-in session: Council officers will be at Greenlees Park on Saturday 19 February from 11am - 12:30pm. Come along to learn more about the plans and provide your feedback.

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the plans for Round 2 of planting for our Urban Canopy Program. These plans have been updated following community feedback received from April to June 2021. Review the updated plans below.

With the support of the NSW Government's Cooler Suburbs Grant we will be planting 800 trees across the City.

Round 3

Updated plans

Click through to view plans for the streets which have been put forward to receive new trees. These plans have been updated following community feedback collected in September 2021.

Round 2

Click through to view updated plans for these streets which have been put forward to receive new trees. Plans have been updated to incorporate community feedback received from April to June 2021.

Round 1

2020 tree planting programs

Click through to view which streets are receiving new trees. If your suburb or street isn't here, suggest your street in the form at the bottom of the page.

project background

The City of Canada Bay aims to plant 1,500 new trees every year as part of our Urban Canopy Program, which helps to support our community to live in vibrant, resilient places that connect people. Urban canopies not only help keep streets cooler, the trees also remove carbon, produce more oxygen, provide habitat and filter stormwater and air pollution as well. A bonus to this is that street tree canopies are beautiful and add charm to our streets.

Trees matter — information pamphlet

Trees matter — our approach

Our engagement approach

Our engagement process

We are committed to working collaboratively with our community to make sure our tree canopy flourishes into the future and everyone can enjoy the benefits.
  • Timeline item 1 - complete

    Our tree team identify suitable streets and parks with space for new trees.

  • Timeline item 2 - complete

    We look at the street or park and find the best placement and species for the area.

  • Timeline item 3 - complete

    We share our ideas with you and seek feedback on placement and species. The project team will also visit to discuss plans with the community.

  • Timeline item 4 - complete

    We incorporate feedback into final plans and share them.

  • Timeline item 5 - complete

    We keep the community updated on when we are going to plant them, so they can join in!

Suggest a street!

Want to suggest your street for tree planting?

We are committed to growing our urban canopy and will investigate all suggested streets. If you can't find your street in the above pages, feel free to suggest it here.
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