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The City of Wilmington and Davey Resource Group, Inc. have kicked-off the development of the city's first Urban Forest Master Plan. The Plan will serve as a road map to proactively manage and grow the city’s tree canopy and provide a shared vision for the future of the urban forest.

This survey is part of an initial outreach effort to hear your thoughts about Wilmington trees and urban forest, it should take less than 10 minutes to complete. The results of this survey will be used to guide development of the Urban Forest Master Plan.

Thank you for your input!

What is the urban forest? It's all of the trees that surround us every day, including those growing along streets, in City parks, and in yards and other private property.

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* 1. Trees are an important part of Wilmington.

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* 2. Across the city of Wilmington there are...

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* 3. In your neighborhood there are...

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* 4. Public street trees seem well cared for in Wilmington.

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* 5. Public park trees seem well cared for in Wilmington.

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* 6. Which City department would you contact if you had a concern about a city street or park tree?

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* 7. Who would you contact if you had concerns about tree branches growing in overhead power lines?

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* 8. The City of Wilmington doesn't spend enough money on trees.

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* 9. The City of Wilmington spends too much money on trees.

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* 10. Having trees is worth the financial cost of maintaining them.

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* 11. Large, mature trees should be preserved on public property in Wilmington.

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* 12. Large, mature trees should be preserved on private property in Wilmington.

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* 13. Planting new public trees in parks and along streets in Wilmington is important.

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* 14. Planting new trees on private property in Wilmington is important.

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DID YOU KNOW?
The City of Wilmington's urban forestry section, within the Community Services Department, is responsible for maintaining public street and park trees growing in Wilmington. For more information on what they do visit https://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/departments/parks-recreation/trees.

Duke Energy is responsible for trimming trees around primary power lines. For information on requesting trimming around primary power lines visit Duke Energy at https://www.duke-energy.com/community/trees-and-rights-of-way/how-we-manage-trees/tree-trimming-request.
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