Erie is a Tree City USA, a designation granted by the National Arbor Day Foundation to municipalities who effectively manage their public tree resources and implement community forestry programs. The mission of the Tree Advisory Board is to educate the citizens of Erie about the importance of planting and maintaining trees on public and private lands, to maintain Erie’s Tree City USA certification, to plan and promote an annual Arbor Day Festival, to involve the community in the work of the Tree Board and to promote sound management of Erie’s urban forest. The Tree Board is also a primary source of information about Community Forestry.
- 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted on the upcoming meetings and and events calendar
- Second Wednesday of each month
- Erie Town Hall Community Room
645 Holbrook St.
Erie, CO 8051
Agendas & Minutes
Meeting Agendas are available online no later than 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting. View posted agendas and approved minutes.
The Tree Board consists of 7 members appointed by the Board of Trustees in April of even-numbered years to serve 4 year terms and shall be bona fide residents of the Town. If you are interested in serving on the Historic Preservation Advisory Board, please complete the Board & Commission Application.
|Brian O’Connor||April 2022|
|Sharon Clark||April 2022|
|Toby Hopp||April 2024|
|Leanne Vielehr- Chairman||April 2024|
For More Information
For more information, please Email the Town Clerk or call 303-926-2731.
Note: All board / commission / ad hoc committee communications (written or electronic) are subject to CRS 24-72-201 through 24-72-206, the Open Records Act.