City Crews are in the process of clearing limbs and branches from this weekend's storm. Crews will ONLY be collecting debris from boulevard trees. Follow this link for disposal of tree debris on private property:
The primary goal of the Forestry Division is to preserve, manage, and maintain the health of Richfield's Urban Forest. Our success in this endeavor will help provide for a better quality of life for Richfield's present and future generations. This portion of the City of Richfield's Web site was developed to provide information about urban forest health, tree care issues, and other seasonal tree related topics.
Other links are provided that will connect you to a great deal of relevant tree related information. Please recheck this Web site throughout the year as related links will change with each season.
We love our trees.
BOULEVARD TREE REQUESTS
If you are interested in a new boulevard tree for next year please contact Richfield Public Works at 612-861-9190.
CITY FORESTRY SERVICES
- Free advice and inspection of trees
- Removal of hazardous trees on public property
- Control of diseases such as Dutch Elm, Oak Wilt, and Emerald ash borer
- Routine maintenance of trees on public property
- Replacing trees after removal
Oak Wilt Information
FREE WOOD CHIPS
Free wood chips are now located at Adams Hill Park.
Richfield Public Works
1901-E. 66th St.
Richfield, MN 55423