Registration is closed for this year's City of Dallas Branch Out Dallas program. All 2500, five-gallon trees have been reserved.
Volunteer Opportunities Available!
Volunteers are needed to help distribute the 5-gallon trees at six locations on Pick-Up Day, November 2nd from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
By volunteering you will be supporting Branch Out Dallas initiatives and helping to make the event a succesful one.
To find out about volunteer opportunities and to sign-up to volunteer click on Sign-Up button below.
Thanks for your support!
November 2, 2019
9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
Dallas residents, thank you! for participating in the program. Trees will be distributed on November 2, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the six locations. Trees will only be available for pick-up during the hours of the event. There is no tree delivery available for this program.
Participants must present a Dallas Water utility bill or government-issued identification at the time of tree pick-up. Click on TREE PICKUP LOCATIONS or see list below.
The trees will be distributed at locations below:
Shelton School, 15720 Hillcrest Rd., 75248
The Village Church, 3877 Walnut Hill Lane, 75229
White Rock Church of Christ, 9220 Ferguson Road, 75228
Kimball High School, 3606 S. Westmoreland Road, 75233
Adamson High School, 390 E. Ninth Street 75203 NEW PICKUP LOCATION: Hector Garcia Middle School, 700 E. 8th Street, 75203
C. A. Tatum Jr. Elementary School, 3002 N. St. Augustine, 75227
Branch Out Dallas
for the second year will give Dallas homeowners a free 5-gallon hardwood tree to plant in their yard. The City-wide program distributed about 2604 free trees last year.
The 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.
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
If you have any questions regarding Branch Out Dallas send inquries to BranchOutDallas@dallascityhall.com