You can help protect city’s swale trees from damage

You can help protect city’s swale trees from damage

This trash pile is too close to a tree planted in the grass swale area along a city street.

Don’t place trash piles too close to trees that are planted in the grass swale area along city streets. The tree trunks and roots might accidentally be damaged by the truck cranes during trash collection days.

If you share a trash pile in your neighborhood where you deposit yard waste every week, ensure these trash piles are far away from any trees planted on the grass swale. This way, you will help protect public trees from being damaged, safeguarding the green canopy of Coral Gables.

If you need assistance identifying a proper location for your trash pile, use the City app to make a service request or contact Robert Fernandez at 305-460-5184.


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