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
City of Toronto Urban Forest Renewal conducted prescribed burns in High Park and Lambton Park on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Learn more about this prescribed burn.
Application fees to injure or destroy City and private trees will be increased on Monday May 8, 2017. The increase will reflect annual inflation and will include a different fee for boundary trees.