The City of Beaumont has 9,300 trees (and counting) in our inventory. Throughout the year, our crews and contractors engage in a variety of urban forestry tasks that are intended to manage, enhance, and keep our urban forest healthy for future generations.
Beaumont's Urban Forestry Public Survey
Our community has a voice, and that's extremely important to us. We have created an online survey for Beaumont residents to help directly shape this initiative. Have your voice heard by taking the survey today by clicking the link HERE. The survey will be available until June 20, 2022.
Urban Forestry Master Plan:
During 2021, work began to develop an Urban Forest Management Strategy (UFMS) for the City of Beaumont. This plan is being developed to ensure that the City has an urban forest that provides environmental, social, cultural, and economic benefits as the community grows. As the City continues to grow, development and implementation of an UFMS is important for effective and proactive management of the City’s tree canopy including naturally occurring trees, planted trees, other vegetation, and associated soils on public property and recommendations for trees on private property.
For further information regarding this initiative, check out our project info sheet HERE. This document is related to the development and importance of an Urban Forestry Strategy for Beaumont.
Urban Forestry Management Tasks
|Tree Planting||Tree Removal||Tree Fertilization and Watering|
|Tree Pruning||Tree Surgery||Tree Protection/Guards|
|Shrub Shaping||Surface Mulching||Storm Damage and Clean-up|
|Pest and Pathogen Control||Woodland Management||Tree Inventory and Assessment|