The Town of Trumbull is responsible for the care, custody and control of its’ urban forests, which extends over 2000 acres of park, open space and greenbelts, as well as 400+ linear miles within the Town’s “Right-of-Ways” property lines.
These urban forests are essential within our community and as such, we have developed our tree management program with the safety of the public and stewardship of these assets in mind.
Trumbull Tree Warden
The Tree Warden is a licensed arborist who manages the care and control of the urban forest in Trumbull. Some of the duties of the Tree Warden include:
- Advising town officials on tree related matters by providing expertise with regard to resident requests for tree inspections, evaluation and management
- Inspecting tree pruning and removal operations by utilities and the State of Connecticut
- Overseeing the U.I. Enhancement Tree Trimming and the Street Tree Maintenance programs
- Supervising the removal and safe trimming of trees
- Responding to storm related emergencies
Tree Service Requests
The Town will do an assessment and schedule any necessary work on trees within Town property/right-of-way.
Residents may visit the Citizen Service Request page to report an issue.
- What is the leaf pick up schedule?
- What is the Enhanced Tree Trimming (ETT) Program, what role does the Trumbull Tree Warden play in it and what rights do I have as a homeowner?
- How does this system manage the risk of tree failure?
- Who do I contact if a tree is interfering with utility wires?
- Who do I contact about a Town tree that needs attention?
- How are “Tree Service Requests” prioritized?