Introduction – Garden Grove's Urban Forest

The trees planted throughout the City of Garden Grove, on both public and private property, are its “urban forest.” Scientists have found that urban forests provide many benefits to the environment and human health. The City of Garden Grove has contracted with Davey Resource Group, Inc. to develop an Urban Forest Management Plan to support the urban forest and the benefits that it provides to the community.

The Plan will provide a vision for the future of the City's urban forest and goals for maintenance, planting, and management to be implemented over the next 40 years. Your response to the following questions will help us more clearly understand community values and will help guide the development of the Plan.

This survey should take you 5 to 10 minutes to complete. Thank you for your participation.

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* 1. Trees are important to the quality of life in Garden Grove.

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* 2. Trees provide numerous benefits to the community and the environment. Understanding which benefits are most appreciated by residents can help guide long-term management strategies.

Which benefits provided by trees do you value most? Please select the top three (3) benefits.

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* 3. Optional. Use this space to provide additional comments on the benefits of Garden Grove's trees.

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