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Q: Who do I call to get permission to cut down a tree?
Q: How do I select the proper tree to plant?
Q: Is my tree hazardous?
Q: What is urban forestry?
Q: Does Round Rock have a tree ordinance?
Q: Where can I find a copy of the tree ordinance?
Q: What is Arbor Day?
 
Who do I call to get permission to cut down a tree?
Emsud Horozovic in the Forestry Division of the Parks and Recreation Department at 341-3350 with questions about removing trees.
How do I select the proper tree to plant?
See our information on tips for tree planting.
What is urban forestry?
An urban forest is described as all the trees and plants in an urban area where people live, work, and play. The job of an urban forester is to manage the natural resources within an urban setting by working to preserve and promote the growth of healthy trees in the community. The Oregon Department of Forestry provides a great description of urban forestry and the importance of urban foresters in the community. See Round Rock's urban forestry page.
Does Round Rock have a tree ordinance?
Round Rock's tree ordinance was revised in 2005. More details.
Where can I find a copy of the tree ordinance?
A copy of the tree ordinance can be downloaded from the Forestry Department website: Tree Protection and Preservation Ordinance (pdf)
What is Arbor Day?
Arbor Day is America's National Tree Holiday, a day set aside to plant ceremonial trees, educate the public about the importance of trees, and honor the vital role trees play in our everyday lives. For more, see the Forestry Arbor Day page.
 


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