- Hamilton Urban Forestry Story Map - learn about the many different species and cultivars that make up Hamilton's urban forest. This story map includes detailed descriptions, pictures, and maps of where individual species/cultivars can be found around town.
- Tree Poster - follow the QR codes to learn about specific tree species approved for planting in public rights-of-way and city-owned green spaces.
- Hamilton’s Street Tree Resource - The City of Hamilton manages 14,163 street, park, and golf course trees in public rights-of-way and City-owned green spaces. There are additional unmanaged trees located within rights-of-way, such as natural areas and privately planted trees. This urban forest resource analysis focused on the 14,163 managed trees.
- Pollinator Poster - follow the QR codes to learn what trees to plant to attract specific pollinators.
- Birds, Butterflies/Moths, Insect Pests & Diseases Poster - follow the QR codes to learn about birds, butterflies and moths that depend on trees, as well as insect pests and diseases of trees.
- Trees Are Good - brought to you by the International Society of Arboriculture
- USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Plants Database - standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories
- Can the City of Hamilton Municipal Arborist look at trees in my yard?
- Can the City of Hamilton Municipal Arborist check my ash tree(s) for the presence of Emerald Ash Borer?
- Does the City trim or remove trees?
- Who do I call for a tree limb on the power lines?
- What is the procedure for planting a tree in the tree lawn area (the green space between the sidewalk and curb or edge of street pavement)?