For Milton's 360th anniversary, the Department of Public Works, along with help from the Shade Tree Advisory Committee and generous community donors, raised enough funds to plant 360 trees across town along neighborhood streets, main roads, and gateways.
Street trees are essential to climate resiliency and sustainability, helping reduce the severity of heat islands and remove CO2 from the atmosphere.
Can you use a new town tree in your yard or neighborhood? The DPW plants over 150 trees a year, and we need your help to plant them! If you would like a tree, or know where a tree could be planted, click the link below to request a tree today. Milton Shade Tree Request Form.
Looking to plant trees on your own? Check out Milton's list of recommended trees for Milton put together by Milton's Shade Tree Advisory Committee (STAC). It can help decide the right tree for the right location, allowing for a healthy and prolonged life span.