Trees in Abbotsford - Urban Forest Strategy

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The City's growing population and increasing development activities are creating a number of challenges for our trees. Development, installing water and sewer utilities, invasive species, tree diseases, aging and climate change are all creating a challenging environment to grow healthy trees.

The City has drafted an Urban Forest Strategy and we want your input! Take the Survey below, type a comment in our Guestbook, or register to attend the Virtual Open House on July 14, 2021. When the Strategy is finalized, it will provide a clear direction and long-term vision for managing the City's urban trees for the next 25 years and beyond.

The City's growing population and increasing development activities are creating a number of challenges for our trees. Development, installing water and sewer utilities, invasive species, tree diseases, aging and climate change are all creating a challenging environment to grow healthy trees.

The City has drafted an Urban Forest Strategy and we want your input! Take the Survey below, type a comment in our Guestbook, or register to attend the Virtual Open House on July 14, 2021. When the Strategy is finalized, it will provide a clear direction and long-term vision for managing the City's urban trees for the next 25 years and beyond.

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    Abbotsford’s Draft Urban Forest Strategy includes five goals with associated strategies and actions recommended to achieve each goal. All strategies and actions will be implemented over time, but some need to be prioritized before others to make implementation manageable for staffing and budgets.

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    We want to hear from you!
    We want to ensure that Abbotsford’s urban forest is one that meets your aspirations.This survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. The information will be used to help develop a vision and direction for management of trees and natural areas within the City for the next 10-15 years.
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