Parks, Forestry & Recreation
Toronto, the largest city in Canada has an urban forest with an estimated 10.2 million trees covering approximately 18,000 hectares. Forty percent of this valuable resource is situated on public property, including an estimated 3.5 million trees within our parkland system and approximately 600,000 trees on our streets. Learn about Toronto's urban forest
The City is developing a Ravine Strategy to guide the future use, management, enhancement and protection of Toronto's ravines and wants to hear from you. Take part in the Ravine Strategy Survey (open until July 24) to have your say and share your views on Toronto's ravines and their future.
Urban Forestry is asking you to water your trees! Spring 2015 has been relatively dry, which means that trees are dry too! Watering trees is very important, especially if they are young. Learn more.