Tree/Stump Removal

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Source dataPublic Works Work Orders 

Tree Removals

This map shows each work order for a tree removal plotted as an individual point. 
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Use the search bar to look for specific addresses and where trees have been removed near by. Note that exact addresses have been anonymized.

By Neighborhood

This map shows the total count of tree removal work orders by neighborhood. 
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Use the search bar to look for specific addresses and where they fall in the neighborhoods. 


Tree-lined avenues offer shade during our hot summers, raise property values, and clean our air.  That's why so many trees have been planted in the City of Stockton.
Trees planted in park strips (planting area between the curb and sidewalk) or trees planted in tree wells are in the City right-of-way. With a few exceptions, trees planted six feet back from the sidewalk (8-10 feet in some newer subdivisions) are also within the City easement.
Thousands of property owners help by caring for the street trees adjacent to their property. If you are planning to plant a new tree, the City of Stockton requires trees be on the approved species list.
Trees that are removed are those that have become structurally unsound, diseased, aged, impact adjacent concrete, etc. due to lack of maintenance since the bankruptcy. Tree maintenance are the property owner's responsibility. To determine if a tree is on private property or in a city right-of-way, please contact the Tree Division. Residents may trim, prune, and maintain trees adjacent to their property in city right-of-way. 

City Tree and Stump Removal Project

Currently over 1000 trees are on the removal backlog. Tree removal work orders fall under the Trees category of work orders and are handled by the tree crew.
The City of Stockton plans to remove approximately 308 unhealthy City trees and 1,800 City tree stumps in various locations throughout the City. Work will begin in spring 2021. 
The work will be performed by the City's contractor, Mowbray's Tree Service, Inc. 
postcard was mailed to those in areas where trees or stumps will be removed. 

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