TREESThe City of Paso Robles has an adopted Street Tree List [pdf:98k/2pp] of those trees that are acceptable for planting in the City right-of-way.
Did you know the City maintains approximately 2000 trees? Street trees are a simple and beautiful way to add aesthetic value to a neighborhood. Besides providing shade during our hot summers, street trees also filter air for dust and other particles, are important to the ecosystem providing habitat, and they can increase property values.
City trees are generally located in the parkway between the street and the sidewalk in residential and commercial areas. Some newer tracts have street median strips in which street trees are located. The City has many different layouts for City/private responsibility, so be sure contact the Street Maintenance Division if you are unsure if a tree is the City’s or not before deciding to trim one.
Please fill out an Action Request Form to notify us of a City tree that needs trimming or removal.
The City of Paso Robles has regulations regarding trimming and removal intended to promote preservation of Oak Trees to maintain the heritage and character of the City of El Paso de Robles (The Pass of the Oaks) as well as preserve the Citys beauty and unique identity. Learn more on our Oak Tree Preservation page.