The City of Dallas 2022 Branch Out Dallas tree giveaway is here!
Reserve yours by Thursday, October 6th.
Click here to register.
Trees will be available for pick up on Saturday, November 5th.
(And volunteers to help with distribution will be needed. See below.)
What you need to register?
- Be a homeowner in the city of Dallas
- Your Dallas Water Utilities account number which begins with the number "1". Ignore any leading zeroes shown on the ePay web site's display of your account number.
- Your zip code You must enter your account number, then dash, then zip code NO SPACES EXAMPLE: 100000011-75000
- Your email address and phone number
Find your Dallas Water Utilities account number on your paper bill or on the ePay web site. See examples below.
Online ePay Bill web site
The types of trees you can choose from and the pick up locations are provided below.
No Longer Available (updated Sep. 29): Redbuds and Mexican white oak
2022 Available Trees flyer.pdf
Pick Up Locations - November 5, 2022
2022 November 5 Event Locations.pdf
What is Branch Out Dallas?
The Branch Out Dallas program was started as an effort to reduce the Heat Island Effect and to increase the overall tree canopy in the City. Each tree planted helps the City get closer to meeting these goals. Trees benefit everyone by cooling temperatures and improving air quality. Homeowners who plant a tree in their yard benefit by saving energy, cooling the air and the trees also provide shade. Program inquiries can be sent to BranchOutDallas@dallas.gov
How can I volunteer to support the event?
Volunteers Needed on Tree Pick Up Day - Saturday, November 5th.
Click here to learn more about how you and your group can volunteer to distribute trees at one of the sites.
Branch Out Dallas supports City-wide initiatives.
- Trees improve air quality and help filter stormwater and urban runoff
- Homeowners can replace damaged or aging trees
- Increase overall tree canopy City-wide
- Trees improve quality of life
- Public Education on green initiatives
- The program supports Neighborhood Beautification Programs
- Provides opportunities for City staff and communities to interact
To learn more about the City's urban forestry efforts visit COD Forestry