Tree Board



The Lexington Tree Board is a champion of trees and their environmental, economic and social benefits for our community. We advise public and private organizations on matters of care, preservation, planting, removal and replacement of trees in parks, along streets, in public areas and throughout the community.

City's Urban Forestry Program

Lexington's Urban Forestry program believes a healthy and diverse urban forest that optimizes forest benefits to our community and that is valued and cared for by our residents and government as an essential environmental and economic community asset.

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Supporting Information

Planting a street tree

Woodland Park Tree Trail project

Tree topping brochure

Meeting schedule and location

2023 Meetings

Jan. 11 – Agenda
Feb. 8 – Agenda
March 8 – Agenda
April 12 – Agenda
May 10 – Agenda
May 25 – *Special Meeting* Tree Board Council Retreat on-site at Hisle Park, 3551 Briar Hill Road.
June 14 – Meeting held at McConnell Springs, 416 Rebmann Lane
July 12 – No meeting
Aug. 9 – Agenda
Sept. 13 – 
Oct. 11 – 
Nov. 8 – 
Dec.13 –

Meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. in the 5th-floor conference room of the Government Center, 200 E. Main St.

Meeting materials Coming soon

Elected officers

Chair - Dan Stever

Vice Chair - Not elected

Secretary - Amy Steele

Treasurer - Not elected