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Management of Trees Planted on Nature Strips and Council Owned Land

Consultation closed on 21 November 2021

The City of Ryde is reviewing its Tree Policies which includes the preparation of a best practice maintenance policy for trees planted on nature strips and on Council owned land.

Trees have environmental, economic and social benefits. They are a community resource with biodiversity value and can positively contribute to property values and urban character. Some trees also have heritage value.

Council is keen to understand the views of the community in relation to public trees (street trees and park trees). To facilitate this, Council has prepared an online survey to get your feedback and ideas on the future management and maintenance of public trees. 

The survey will gather your feedback and any ideas you may have on:

  • The value you place on trees in your street and more generally in the City of Ryde
  • Any tree issues you have come across regarding tree location, maintenance and/or replacement of street trees.
Latest Updates

Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 22 November 2021

Have Your Say on the Management of Trees Planted on Nature Strips and Council Owned Land is now closed.

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 15 October 2021

Have Your Say on the Management of Trees Planted on Nature Strips and Council Owned Land is now open until Sunday 21 November 2021.

 

Have Your Say

You can Have Your Say on the Management of Trees Planted on Nature Strips and Council Owned Land in a number of ways including the online survey, by registering for one of our community sessions or via e-mail or post.

Complete the Online Survey

Click the link below for the online survey. If you are unable to complete the survey online, please contact Council's Customer Service team on 9952 8222 who will assist you over the phone.

Submissions will be received up until Sunday 21 November 2021. 

This survey is now closed.

Community Sessions

Council will be hosting two community sessions during the second week of November (week commencing 8 November 2021) where you can ask the project team any questions you may have and provide your feedback. 

In light of current circumstances, we ask that you register your interest to participate in a session, as we will keep those who have registered updated on when they will occur and how they will be held, as it will depend on the COVID-19 restrictions at that time.

Registrations close 1.00pm Wednesday 3 November 2021.

Registrations have now closed. 

Written Submissions

Written submissions must be clearly marked as 'Management of Trees Planted on Nature Strips and Council Owned Land'. All submissions must be received by Sunday 21 November 2021.

Email cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au
Post General Manager, City of Ryde, Locked Bag 2069, North Ryde NSW 1670 

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Personal information collected from you (including responses to forms and surveys) is held and used by Council under the provisions of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998. The supply of information is voluntary, however if you cannot provide, or do not wish to provide the information sought, Council may be unable to process your application or request, or consider your submission. Please note that the exchange of information between the public and Council, may be accessed by others and could be made publicly available under the Government Information Public Access Act 2009 (GIPA Act). If you require further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222.

Contact Us

If you require more information about the Management of Trees Planted on Nature Strips and Council Owned Land please call Customer Service on 9952 8222 or email cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au or you may ring the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 to ask an interpreter to contact Council for you.

Last updated on 22 November 2021