Arbor Day Celebration

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Join us as we celebrate Arbor Day 2021! Although Arbor Day officially takes place in April, Woodinville celebrates Arbor Day in the fall. That's because newly planted trees grow best in cool, wet conditions. The 2021 Arbor Day celebration commemorates the City's twenty-fifth year as a designated ‘Tree City, USA,’ a national recognition for Woodinville's commitment to maintaining a healthy community forestry program.

Be sure to take a peek at our "Woodinville Tree Map" tab below to learn about heritage trees in the city. For families with kids, we encourage you to tell us all about you favorite Woodinville tree in the "Stories" tab below.


Join us as we celebrate Arbor Day 2021! Although Arbor Day officially takes place in April, Woodinville celebrates Arbor Day in the fall. That's because newly planted trees grow best in cool, wet conditions. The 2021 Arbor Day celebration commemorates the City's twenty-fifth year as a designated ‘Tree City, USA,’ a national recognition for Woodinville's commitment to maintaining a healthy community forestry program.

Be sure to take a peek at our "Woodinville Tree Map" tab below to learn about heritage trees in the city. For families with kids, we encourage you to tell us all about you favorite Woodinville tree in the "Stories" tab below.


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Woodinville Tree Map

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Did you know that Woodinville has two "heritage" trees? Heritage trees are trees recognized by the City of Woodinville as having unique or desirable characteristics that set it apart from other similar trees. 

Heritage tree: A tree or stand of trees that is particularly desirable because it has valued, unique characteristics that set it apart from other similar trees. Valued, unique characteristics include uncommon genus, species, form, size, location, historic significance or other desirable feature(s).

Specimen tree: A viable tree that is considered in very good to excellent health and free of major defects, as determined by the City’s Tree Official.

Tree grove: A cluster or stand of at least five trees of any size or species, whose driplines touch. Dripline is the area directly located under the outer limits of the tree branches. When the tree canopy gets wet, any excess is shed to the ground along this dripline, much like an umbrella. 

Add your own pin to the map to show others your favorite Woodinville tree or spot of woods.

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