Coalition for a Stronger Tree Ordinance

Coalition for a Stronger Tree Ordinance

Draft Bill information:

Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee, Video, Sept 19, 2018 – last 10 minutes Committee discusses tree ordinance

Council Memo – Policy considerations regarding proposed tree regulations bill – Sept 14, 2018

Council Memo – Summary of proposed tree regulation bill and related issues, Sept 5, 2018

Council Draft D7 – Proposed Ordinance Language for Repeal and Replacement of SMC 25.11 – Seattle’s Tree Protection Ordinance – August 16, 2018

SEPA Environmental Checklist for Proposed Ordinance to Repeal and Replace SMC 25.11- Seattle’s Tree Protection Ordinance – August 16, 2018

Determination of Non-Significance for legislation repealing and replacing SMC 25.11 – Tree Protection Ordinance – August 23, 2018

Council working draft D5b- Tree Protection Ordinance update – August 1, 2018

Council Memo- Proposed Tree Regulations bill – 7/30/18

Council Memo – Draft Updates to Seattle’s Tree Regulations – 5/16/18

Tree Protection Ordinance being repealed – SMC 25.11 – “Appendix A”

Timeline for Updating Tree Ordinance  – Trees for All

Coalition for a Stronger Tree Ordinance information

Coordinating Committee

Coalition letter to Mayor and City Council

Organizations signing Coalition Letter

Seattle City Council contact information

Join the Coalition for a Stronger Tree Protection Ordinance

Handout – Action Needed Now to Protect Seattle’s Trees and Urban Forest

Press Release –Developers should not be exempt in new ordinance to protect Seattle’s trees –  June 4, 2018

Supporting Letters:

Coalition letter to Councilmember Rob Johnson regarding Trees for All

Heron Habitat Helpers letter to Mayor and City Council

Lake City Neighborhood Alliance letter to Mayor and City Council  

 Seattle Greenspaces Coalition  letter to Mayor and City Council

Seattle Nature Alliance letter to Mayor and City Council

Thornton Creek Alliance letter to Mayor and City Council

Washington Environmental Council letter to Mayor and City Council