The urban forest of the City of Signal Hill represents the City’s leadership in sustainability practices and in providing a high quality of life for its residents. In the past decade, a pressing need to adapt to the new normal of drought and fire-risk in Southern California has emerged. The Signal Hill Street Tree Master Plan represents a significant opportunity to evaluate the historic identity of the city’s urban forest and introduce best management practices that will ensure that the existing and new canopy will thrive in longevity.
The 2023 Signal Hill Street Tree Master Plan was adopted by City Council on February 28, 2023.
The final plan can be viewed here.
1) Provides a five-year Street Tree Master Plan by updating the 2010 Master Plan
2) Amends the existing Street Tree Policy
3) Updates the existing Tree Planting Standard Ordinances
More information can be found on our Street Tree Master Plan website.
Please visit our page on Street Trees in our community to learn more about care and maintenance.
SWA Group, Rincon, and the City of Signal Hill considered environmental, planning, design, funding and operational issues to produce the 2023 Signal Hill Street Tree Master Plan.
For questions about the Street Tree Master Plan, please contact the City's Public Works Department at PublicWorksEngineering@cityofsignalhill.org.