NYC’s Street Trees
The New York City Street Tree Map brings New York City’s urban forest to your fingertips.
For the first time, you have access to information about every street tree in New York City. Learn about
the trees that make up our city’s urban forest, mark trees as favorites and share them with your
friends, and record and share all of your caretaking and tree stewardship activities. Learn more
About The Street Tree Map.
Number of Species
Most Common Species
87,402 trees, 13% of trees
on the map
Recent Tree Care Activites
Thornless Honey locust
near 469 Pulaski Street, Brooklyn, NY 11221
was Pruning on 08/17/2017
near 72-06 34 Avenue, Queens, NY 11372
was Watered, Weeded and Cleared Litter/Waste on 08/16/2017
Japanese Tree Lilac
near 34 Orange Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
was Cleared Litter/Waste, Landscaped/Planted Flowers, Managed Soil, Watered and Weeded on 08/16/2017
Visit the tree care Library for tree care tips, stewardship groups in your area, a printable watering
calendar, and more.
Join others in caring for NYC’s urban forest by attending a tree planting or care events.
Benefits are calculated using formulas from the U.S. Forest Service. Learn more about the benefits of trees to NYC
Stormwater intercepted each year
Energy conserved each year
Air pollutants removed each year
Carbon dioxide reduced each year
Total Value of Annual Benefits