Urban Forest Strategy
Be involved in the preparation of an Urban Forest Strategy for the Shire, take the online survey or attend a workshop to have your say!
What do you think about trees? Have your say!
The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale is in the process of preparing an Urban Forest Strategy to guide the Shire in creating cool, shady, liveable suburbs where healthy, mature trees are retained and new ones are planted.
We are seeking your thoughts on some of the values, issues and opportunities for the creation of the Shire’s Urban Forest. Please take the time to complete this survey; it should only take 5 minutes.
Survey - What do you think about trees?
Click here to take the 'What do you think about trees?' survey
What is an Urban Forest Strategy?
An Urban Forest is all the trees and other plants in an urban area, and an Urban Forest Strategy provides a pathway for achieving and managing the Urban Forest for the benefit of the entire community.
An Urban Forest provides many benefits, which can be economic, environmental or community.
Want to participate further? Attend our workshop series
Two community workshops will be held to help develop the Urban Forest Strategy.
Values and Opportunities
Tuesday 27 February 2018 from 6.30pm at Byford Central Hall, 39 Portwine Ave, Byford WA 6122
Register to attend the Urban Forest Strategy - Values and Opportunities Workshop
External link to Eventbrite to register for the workshop
Concepts and Options
Wednesday 11 April 2018, more details will follow.
It is anticipated that the Draft Urban Forest Strategy will be released for advertising in May 2018.