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P.O. Box 2806 Titusville, FL 32781-2806
555 S. Washington Ave.
Titusville, FL 32796
Phone: (321) 567-3756
Fax: 321-267-3711
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The City of Titusville, Florida / Community Development / Anniversary Tree Program

Anniversary Tree Program

  A forest. #TitusvilleTrees150
  Happy Birthday Titusville! The Anniversary Tree Program has given away all 150 trees. Thank you for helping the City of Titusville celebrate 150 years of being "The Gateway to Nature and Space". A small cupcake is pictured with candles
  As of October 10, 2017 the Anniversary Tree Program is no longer accepting applications. Thanks for your support!
  Founded in 1867, the City of Titusville reached a major milestone in 2017—the City’s 150th year anniversary. In celebration of the City’s founding, the City hosted an anniversary tree program to provide 150 trees to its citizens and local public schools at no cost, on a first come-first served basis. 
  The National Arbor Day Foundation has recognized Titusville as a Tree City USA for more than 15 years and the Anniversary Tree Program will ensure a vibrant and beautiful landscape for years to come. 
  To learn more about the benefits that trees provide, such as enhanced air quality, energy savings, stormwater improvements, and reduced atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) please visit
  The City seeks to encourage biodiversity throughout its urban forest and stresses the importance of planting the right tree in the right place (i.e. small understory trees planted near utility lines). Available trees are Florida-friendly, which means these species are adapted to Florida’s climate, are not invasive, and require minimal water, fertilizer and chemicals. 
  For specific information on each of the available tree species please visit the Florida-friendly Plant Database available at
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  For more information about how to plant your tree and how to help it get established check out the UF/IFAS Extension publication Planting and Establishing Trees.
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