Increase property values by up to 20%?
Reduce heating and cooling costs by up to 30%?
Clean the air and promote health, reducing instances of childhood asthma?
Reduce stress and promote outdoor activity?
Help keep our rivers clean and pollutant free?
Austin was the first city in Texas to pass a comprehensive tree protection ordinance. Recognizing that trees provide many benefits, this ordinance doesn’t only regulate tree protection during construction, it regulates the impact homeowners & renters can have on trees. Many common home improvement projects could require a tree permit.
Do you know how to help the trees around your home stay healthy and keep their value while avoiding facing large fines and violations? Join Austin City Arborist Inspectors Daniel Priest and Doug Dear for discussion, food, and refreshments and learn how you can become Tree Smart.
Learn about Austin’s tree ordinance and how the City Arborist Program supports it
Hear from Doug Dear and Daniel Priest, Inspectors with the City Arborist Program
Gain a clear understanding of when a permit is required and how to apply for one
Learn about how to care for trees to increase property value and support a healthy environment
August 27, 2019 6:00-7:30pm
University Hills Branch, Austin Public Library
4721 Loyola Lane
Austin, TX 78723
September 17, 2019
Cepeda Branch, Austin Public Library
651 North Pleasant Valley Road
Austin, TX 78702