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Tree Planting Partnership Program

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Danny Blitch
Danny Blitch
Grants Manager
Phone: 770-641-3727
Email Danny Blitch
Hours & Location
38 Hill Street
Suite 115
Roswell, GA 30075

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Overview & Mission

The Tree Planting Partnership program has been designed to provide matching funds to interested parties for the enhancement and beautification of the City. The program will fund projects that increase the City’s tree canopy and density.

Eligible Projects and Locations

These include, but are not limited to:
  • Hardwood tree purchase and planting
  • State/City right-of-way beautification projects
  • Storm damage assistance projects
  • Public properties
Note: Preference will be given to tree planting projects that occur on public property. The eligibility of other projects must be determined before submitting an application. Please contact the Tree Partnership Coordinator for assistance.

Eligible Organizations

These include, but are not limited to:
  • Church groups
  • Garden clubs
  • Girl/Boy Scout troops, 4H Clubs, Boys/Girls Clubs
  • Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs, Junior League or other civic organizations, etc.
  • Schools, PTSAs, student organizations, classrooms, etc.
  • Local businesses
  • Landscape design companies
  • Non-profit organizations
Note: Preference will be given to public entities and not-for profit organizations.

Project Period

The optimum tree/landscape material planting season is November - April each year. The City will require all tree planting activities to occur during this time frame. If your proposal is selected for an award, please be prepared to start the project as soon as possible.

Partnership Match Amounts

The City of Roswell agrees to match the partner’s cash and in-kind donations 50:50. Typically the City will match the partner’s donations ranging from a low of $500 to a high of $5,000. The City will accept creative match arrangements provided the partner provides a combination of cash, community donor support and in-kind volunteer labor. Thus, the City’s cash match will generally range from 50-75% of the total project costs.

Guidelines & Application