City of Canning Urban Forest Strategy

Consultation has concluded

The sustainability of a city is a measure of its Urban Forest extent

The City of Canning is looking to increase the quality and quantity of trees within our area under our Urban Forest Strategy. This is happening in many councils in Australia and internationally in response to the world’s changing climate. Our weather will become hotter and drier and by planting trees the City can make living in a hotter climate more comfortable; we also know of the benefits of trees for a healthy environment as well as our physical, mental and social health.

The City is seeking your input to help shape this important strategy. We would love your feedback to help inform our Urban Forest Strategy.

By completing the survey, you will also go in the draw to WIN a $200 garden gift pack! Click here to start the survey

The survey is now closed and the City would like to thank every one for their participation. Your survey responses and ideas will assist the City in developing the Draft Urban Forest Strategy which will be available for public comment early in 2019.


The City of Canning is looking to increase the quality and quantity of trees within our area under our Urban Forest Strategy. This is happening in many councils in Australia and internationally in response to the world’s changing climate. Our weather will become hotter and drier and by planting trees the City can make living in a hotter climate more comfortable; we also know of the benefits of trees for a healthy environment as well as our physical, mental and social health.

The City is seeking your input to help shape this important strategy. We would love your feedback to help inform our Urban Forest Strategy.

By completing the survey, you will also go in the draw to WIN a $200 garden gift pack! Click here to start the survey

The survey is now closed and the City would like to thank every one for their participation. Your survey responses and ideas will assist the City in developing the Draft Urban Forest Strategy which will be available for public comment early in 2019.