Trees

Buttton Urban Forest Management Plan

Urban Forest Management Plan

Get the details and follow along with the process of creating Fremont's first Urban Forest Plan, a process that guides the City to proactively and effectively manage the urban forest for the next 40 years.

Button, use the tree plotter tool to find a tree and its value

Tree Plotter, Tree Value

Tree Plotter is a tree inventory software that has mapped over 75,000 of Fremont's street and park trees. 

You can find tree information by location and learn the: species, size, estimated value, and eco-benefits of any tree.


Tree Permits apply and information. A typical street tree which grows between a home and a street.

Tree Permits

In accordance with Fremont Municipal Code, only Approved Contractors may perform maintenance on, remove, and/or replace street trees. A permit must be obtained prior to any work being completed.

These prerequisites are mandatory to be eligible for the 50/50 Street Tree Program, which can help property owners with some of the costs of tree work.

Find Approved Tree Contractors
Financial Help for tree and sidewalk work. Tree icons with a dollar sign,

Financial Help


Get help pruning and replacing street trees through the 50-50 Street Tree Program. Sidewalks damaged by street trees are also eligible for the 50-50 Sidewalk Program
Tree Calculator Button, plus sign, tree, dollar sign, equal sign

Tree Calculator

Find out how much your tree adds to your property value. 

Sidewalk Repair Options
Historic Trees-8

Landmark Trees


Fremont is home to many historically significant trees. 
A topped tree versus a healthy tree, please do not top trees