Help Grow River Park’s Beautiful Tree Canopy
Trees are vital to keep our community livable as our climate changes. They sequester carbon, improve
air quality, reduce energy costs, make communities more social, & increase property value.
The River Park Tree Canopy Project is sponsoring its ninth neighborhood tree planting.
Trees are free to the homeowner. The maintenance of the tree is the homeowner’s
responsibility. Planting assistance will be provided by trained neighborhood volunteers.
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 24
To request a tree, complete the form at this link:
If you do not have access to email, send your name, address and phone number to: RPNA Tree
Program, P.O. Box 19866, Sacramento, CA 95819.
A Community Forester will visit your home IN OCTOBER to determine the best place to plant your
tree. Volunteers will be planting trees on Saturday, November 18.
See the trees that are available from this program at this link:
Then select “Available for free” option on the left margin.
Questions or to help: Kate Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org
RIVER PARK TREE CANOPY PROJECT: A Neighborwoods Program co-sponsored by the Sacramento Tree Foundation, SMUD,
River Park Neighborhood Association, River Park Garden Club, Caleb Greenwood School
9/15 – Food Truck Friday – TBD
9/21 – RPNA Board Meeting via ZOOM
9/22 – Food Truck Friday – The Kebab Guys
9/29 – Yolanda’s Tamales
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