Planting Park City

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Together let’s plant one tree per resident and help Park City thrive.

Why are we Planting Park City?

Park City set a goal to be a carbon neutral community by 2030. Healthy, drought tolerant trees to help drive down our carbon footprint, along with many other local benefits.

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This year we have 200 trees available from five different species: Amur Maple, Littleleaf Linden, Radiant Crabapple, Honeylocust, and Spring Snow Crabapple. Help us increase biodiversity throughout town by planting drought tolerant trees provided in partnership with Arbor Day Foundation. Trees are available to 84060 residents here.

The City also has biochar to share, a carbon to incorporate into the soil as your planting that will help trees with moisture retention and support nutrient availability. It’ll be in a pile, so plan to bring a bucket (more info coming soon).

Planting Park City

Have you recently planted a tree in your yard? Add your new tree to the Planting Park City map to help us measure our progress (best used in mobile).

Thank you for helping us cool our city and fight climate change!


Watch out for utility lines! Before digging, call 811 or visit and submit a ticket to protect yourself from any claims against any accidental damages

Planting Instructions

Benefits of Trees

  • Trees combat climate change. As trees grow, they remove carbon dioxide from the air, storing carbon in the trees and soil, and releasing oxygen into the atmosphere.
  • Trees offer cooling shade, block cold winter winds, attract birds and wildlife, purify our air, prevent soil erosion, clean our water, and add grace and beauty to our homes and communities.
  • Trees can help lower your energy use and energy bills by providing shade in summer and a wind break in winter. Calculate your savings
  • Soil water retention/stormwater benefits/flood protection. During heavy storms, water runoff can lead to flooding and property damage. Healthy trees can intercept the runoff and reduce the severity of floods. A forest's roots and rich organic layers also help by slowing down the flow of water, encouraging it to gradually seep into ground – this directly reduces erosion and runoff.
  • Biodiversity and resilience. Park City encourages planting a range of tree species. Adding tree cover provides additional shade and cooling for an increasingly hot climate. Planting lots of different types of trees ensures that additional ecological roles are fulfilled, improving biodiversity and local resilience
  • Reduced stress and improved health: trees are beautiful, and being outside is good for the body and the mind. The Japanese have a special term for being surrounded by nature – Shinrin-yoku, or "forest bathing." Just looking at trees from a window is proven to reduce stress, anxiety, and improve well-being.


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