This interactive map brings New York City’s urban forest to your fingertips.
For the first time, you can access information about all the trees individually managed by NYC Parks in New York City, from those lining streets to the ones growing in landscaped areas of parks. Learn about them, favorite and share them with your friends, and record and share your street tree stewardship activities.
NYCʼs Great Tree Search
Weʼre looking for NYCʼs greatest trees this summer, and we need your help. You can nominate a tree in your neighborhood through the NYC Tree Map, and help us tell its story. Find your tree on the map to get started.
873,573Trees on Map
538Tree Species on Map
Most Common Species
83,788 trees, 10% of trees on the map
Recent Tree Care Activities
- Jun 4, 2023 The Thornless honeylocust near 144 Driggs Avenue was watered, had soil managed, and was cleared of litter/waste.
- Jun 4, 2023 The Pin oak near 131 Driggs Avenue was watered, was weeded, had soil managed, and was cleared of litter/waste.
- Jun 3, 2023 The Thornless honeylocust near 964 Dean Street was weeded, had soil managed, was mulched, and was cleared of litter/waste.
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.
Stormwater intercepted each year
Energy conserved each year
Air pollutants removed each year
Total Value of Annual Benefits
Benefits are calculated using formulas from the U.S. Forest Service.
Map Key Tree marker color indicates species. Marker size indicates trunk diameter. Click on a tree on the map to see full tree details.