Hundreds of trees have been replanted.
The City of Naples urban forest consists of 20,120 managed hardwood trees and palms on streets, rightsof-way, parks and other public property.
In order to develop a comprehensive assessment of the City’s forest plan, an inventory of all trees and palms located on City property was carried out between September and February 2019. The 2020 Urban Forest Plan will be presented to City Council in February 2020. This plan reviews the accomplishments for FY2019 and lays out the goals for FY2020.
To date, the City has raised $120,486.00 towards The Blair Foundation Matching Gift Tree Challenge to help reforest the City. A robust fundraising campaign is underway (through December 2021) to raise $500,000 in order to receive matching funds.