City of Hopkins Tree Survey Trees in your City! Thank you for participating in our fact finding mission. The information gathered through this survey will be used to inform our programming around trees and invasive species and to be successful we need to hear from you! We (and the trees) appreciate your time. OK Question Title * 1. Do you own your home? Yes No OK Question Title * 2. How long have you lived in your home? 0-5 years 5-10 years 10+ years OK Question Title * 3. Are there mature trees on your property (as defined by the area behind the sidewalk or 10' from the curb toward your property) Yes No If yes, how many? OK Question Title * 4. Do you have an ash tree on your property? Click HERE for tips on how to identify an ash tree. If you're having difficulties, contact Tree Trust's Community Forestry Department: email@example.com We're happy to help! Yes No Not Sure-Please help! OK Question Title * 5. Would the presence or absence of mature trees on a property influence your decision to purchase a home? Likely yes Would not matter Depends on the type of tree(s) OK Question Title * 6. Studies have shown that mature trees in communities add to the livability of a neighborhood. In your opinion, do you agree? Yes No Comment: OK Question Title * 7. Please let us know your level of agreement with this statement:Trees require maintenance and care. Strongly agree Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree Strongly disagree OK Question Title * 8. Have you ever hired anyone to professionally perform work on your trees? Yes No N/A OK Question Title * 9. Do you know that there is an invasive beetle called the emerald ash borer (EAB) that is on track to kill all untreated ash trees in Minnesota? Yes No I remember hearing something about it several years ago, but I thought it was over OK Question Title * 10. If you have an ash tree on your property you have two options for your tree: (1) You can have it removed or (2) You can have it treated with an insecticide by a licensed professional. Treatment is required for the remaining life of the tree and needs to be repeated every 2-3 years. It should be noted that removal costs can range from ~$500-$1,000/tree and treatment can cost ~$150/tree every two years. Knowing this information, what do you think would be your likely course of action regarding your ash tree(s)? I will seek out treatment options I will remove my tree Not sure-would like more information Will wait and see N/A OK Question Title * 11. Please enter your first/last name and contact information to be entered into a lottery for a free tree! (You are not required to provide this information unless you want to enter the lottery for a free tree for your yard!) Name City/Town ZIP/Postal Code Email Address Phone Number OK Question Title * 12. What do you believe the benefits of trees are? Check all that apply. Oxygen Shade/Energy Conservation Homes for animals Stormwater improvements Air quality Beauty OK THANK YOU!