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Registration for the Community Tree Giveaway is NOW CLOSED. Click here to join the waiting list.

Participants must register in advance in order to receive a free 3-gallon size tree, with a limit of one tree per residence. Only City of Denton residents and utility customers are eligible to receive a tree through this program. Please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

 

2018 marks the 20th year for the Tree Giveaway!

We hope to see you there!

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2018 Tree Giveaway

The 2018 Community Tree Giveaway is Saturday, Oct. 27.  Registration is NOW CLOSED. Registration filled up in record time – in just 25 hours. If you missed it, be sure to sign up for our waiting list.

Occasionally, Tree Giveaway participants will withdraw their registration or relinquish their tree. Because we want to be sure all our trees find a home, KDB is offering a waiting list option for those interested in being notified should any trees become available. As with the Giveaway registration itself, the waiting list will be handled on a first come, first served basis.

Participants must register in advance in order to receive a free 3-gallon size tree, with a limit of one tree per residence. Only City of Denton residents and Denton Municipal Electric utility customers are eligible to receive a tree through this program. Please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

Tree Species

The seven tree species options are listed below. Read more about each of the tree selections on the KDB blog and view our handy Tree Guide to help make your decision. 

Trees are Terrific!

Planting new trees enhances Denton’s urban canopy and helps our city thrive! Trees are vital for sustainable community growth, economic vitality, and public health. They also:

  • beautify neighborhoods and public spaces;
  • increase property values;
  • lower energy consumption of homes and businesses;
  • boost consumer spending; and
  • encourage outdoor physical activity.

 

Help your tree get a healthy start!

Read through these resources BEFORE you plant:

For more information on how to properly plant trees, and the importance of trees in our community, visit the KDB Resources Page and look under Urban Forestry.

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