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Tree Committee

Meeting Schedule 

The Tree Committee meets on the second Thursday of each month.  If necessary, a second meeting is held on the fourth Thursday of the month. Meetings begin at 3:30 p.m. at the City Hall conference room located at 1480 Main Street.

2016

Agendas | Jan 14 - Cancelation Notice | Jan 28 - AMENDED Special Meeting | Feb 11 | March 10 | April 14 | May 12 | June 9 | July 14 | August 11 | September 8 | October 13

Minutes | May 12 | June 9 | July 14 | August 11 | September 8 | 

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2015 Agendas | Dec 10 | Nov 12 |  Oct 8 | Sep 10 | August 13 | July 9 | June 11 | May 14 | April 9 | March 24 - Special | March 12 | February 26 - Special | February 12 | January 8 | January 8 - Special

2015 Minutes | Nov 12 | Oct 8 | Sep 10 | Aug 13  | July 9 | June 18 Special | June 11 | May 14 | April 9 | March 24 | March 12 (Draft) | February 26 | February 12 | January 8 | January 8 - Special

2014 Minutes | December 11 - Cancelled | November 13 (draft) | October 9 | September 11 | September 11 - Special | August 14 | July 10 | June 12 (cancelled) | May 21 - Special | May 8 (draft) | April 24 - Special (draft) | April 10 (draft) | April 7 - Special | March 13 | February 13 | January 9

2013 Minutes | December 12 | November 22 - Special Meeting | October 10 - Speical Meeting | September 19 | August 8 | July 11 | June 6 | May 9 | April 24 - Special Meeting | April 11 | March 14 | February 14 | January 10

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Heritage Tree

A Heritage Tree as defined by the St. Helena Municipal Code means any tree or grove of trees within the city boundaries designated by a resolution of the city council and having met the requirements set forth in the Chapter 12.24 Trees and other vegetation.

A tree may be designated a heritage tree by taken the proper course of action as specified in Chapter 12.24 and meets at lease one of the following criteria:

  1. Historical significance;
  2. Over thirty (30) inches in diameter measured four and one-half feet above the ground;
  3. Unique or rare horticultural specimen;
  4. Uniqueness of size or age;
  5. Significance for habitat preservation, including where tree is one of a group of trees each dependent on the other for survival.

Below is an interactive map of St. Helena's designated Heritage Trees.

View St. Helena Heritage Trees Interactive Map in a full screen map.

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Click here to view the Main Street Trees Educational Program Flyer, Plan and Survey.