Urban Forest Plan

Consultation has concluded



An urban forest is broadly defined as the collection of green spaces, trees and other vegetation that grows within an urban area, on both public and private land. It provides a range of social, environmental and economic benefits that enrich the quality of urban life.

The City of Perth is preparing an Urban Forest Plan and we want to know what you think about its proposals to protect, manage and expand our urban forest.

You can view a copy of the City of Perth Draft Urban Forest Plan here.

Please take the time to fill in the Urban Forest Community Survey. Your feedback can have an effect on the design of streets, squares and parklands, and will impact how you interact with trees into the future.

If you have any further questions, please contact Strategic Project Officer Barbara Meldrum on (08) 9461 3302 or barbara.meldrum@cityofperth.wa.gov.au





An urban forest is broadly defined as the collection of green spaces, trees and other vegetation that grows within an urban area, on both public and private land. It provides a range of social, environmental and economic benefits that enrich the quality of urban life.

The City of Perth is preparing an Urban Forest Plan and we want to know what you think about its proposals to protect, manage and expand our urban forest.

You can view a copy of the City of Perth Draft Urban Forest Plan here.

Please take the time to fill in the Urban Forest Community Survey. Your feedback can have an effect on the design of streets, squares and parklands, and will impact how you interact with trees into the future.

If you have any further questions, please contact Strategic Project Officer Barbara Meldrum on (08) 9461 3302 or barbara.meldrum@cityofperth.wa.gov.au



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Urban Forest Community Survey

    Help us shape our Urban Forest Plan by letting us know what is important to you.

    Help us shape our Urban Forest Plan by letting us know what is important to you.

    Consultation has concluded