Street Tree Grant Opportunities

Street Tree Grant Opportunities

Free Street Trees Available!

Rolling application with various species to choose from. Planting is completed by volunteers and you are given care instructions and contact for foresters.

Tree Pennsylvania, a PA Urban & Community Forestry Council, is offering the Bare Root Tree Program that assists communities in PA to help build up the tree canopy standard and recommit to urban and community forests with bare root trees.

In collaboration with Penn State Extension, LEAF, the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Our West Bayfront is pleased to offer free street trees to interested residents within the Our West Bayfront service footprint. Through the program, the resident will be able to choose from 3 variations of crab apple trees and will work with the organization above to ensure that the tree is beneficial to the ecosystem, fits within state and local ordinances in regards to location, and set up long-term care and maintenance plans.

If you are interested in learning more about having a tree, please complete the form below. Specifically, if you live in the following blocks that have been identified as high need, you are strongly encouraged to apply.

  • 1100 block of W 4th St.
  • 1000 block of W 5th St.
  • 1100 block of W 5th St.
  • 400 block of W 7th St.
  • 500 block of W 7 St.
  • 1200 block of W 6 St.
  • 1200 block of W 9 St.
  • 600 block of Cherry St.
  • 200 block of Liberty St.
  • 900 block of Cascade St.

Find the interest form at the bottom of this page.

To learn more about the program, click here.

For any questions, please call Marissa Litzenberg at 814-871-7960.

Street Tree Interest

By providing your name and address, you are expressing that you are interested in learning more about receiving a street tree as a part of the Bare Root Tree Grant program. Once you submit your information, we'll reach out to discuss species, logistics, etc.

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