Request a tree inspection, pruning, or removal
Use the link below to report a problem with a City-owned tree
When we receive your request, we will visit the property within 15 days to assess potential risks or hazards. If there is no immediate risk or hazard, the work will be completed at a later date.
Tree damage after a storm
After a storm, the City cleans up fallen trees and branches on public property. We respond to service calls based on potential risk to people or property.
On your property, you are responsible for removing and disposing of dead, hazardous trees or branches.
Tree problem on Hanlon Parkway/Highway 6 North
Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO INFO)
416-235-4686 or toll-free at 1-800-268-4686
TTY: 905-704-2426 or 1-866-471-8929
Tree problem in Wellington County
Help grow Guelph’s urban forest
Learn about tree-planting events, Guelph’s Urban Forest Management Plan, tree bylaw and permits and more at guelph.ca/trees.