NeighborWoods Pre-Application Workshop – March 13, 2018

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NeighborWoods Pre-Application Workshop – March 13, 2018

March 13, 2018, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Through the NeighborWoods program, TreesCharlotte, in partnership with Charlotte’s Housing and Neighborhood Services, works with neighborhood groups in Charlotte to plant trees, educate residents about proper tree care and maintenance, and replenish the urban tree canopy.

Successful NeighborWoods events involve strong participation by residents and are generally limited to communities in which at least 150 trees can be given away and planted.

Learn more about NeighborWoods and how to apply here.

Charlotte’s Neighborhood Matching Grant (NMG) eligible communities can receive trees at no cost.*

Neighborhoods needing trees but outside the NMG geography can participate in the NeighborWoods program through the Tree It Forward option. Tree It Forward neighborhoods are asked to contribute a portion of the costs of trees and the community event.  See NeighborWoods for details.

The tree planting season runs from October to April each year.  NeighborWoods applications for the Fall 2018 – Spring 2019 planting season are now being accepted.  Participation in one Pre-Application Workshop is required.

Click Here to Attend A Pre-Application Meeting.

Upcoming Workshops: (free parking is available at all locations)

  • Tuesday, March 13, 6:00-7:00 pm – Landscape Management, 701 Tuckaseegee Road
  • Additional workshops may be requested by calling 704-574-9080 or emailing

*Check your eligibility for free trees in your community here.  Enter your address or parcel ID number, and your eligibility will be shown in the information bubble.


March 13, 2018
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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City of Charlotte Landscape Management
701 Tuckaseegee Road
Charlotte, NC 28208 United States
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