ReLeaf Westy Tree Sale - **SOLD OUT FOR 2023**

Trees are available for purchase through the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department for $75 plus tax. The city buys trees from the Colorado Tree Coalition and sells them to the community at cost. The purpose of this program is to encourage tree planting and tree diversity with trees that are affordable and small enough for a homeowner to handle. 

**We have a limited amount of trees, and they can sell out quickly.**

Trees will be available for pick up on Saturday, April 15, 2023, starting at 8 a.m. till noon, location 10001 Alkire St., Arvada, CO 80005. A reminder email with this information on the date, time and location of tree pickup will be sent to all those who purchased trees. If you have questions, please call 303-658-2201.

Program Details: 
• Trees are 6-12 feet tall and 30-50 pounds.
• Limit three trees per household. 
• Trees must be purchased by Westminster residents and planted within city limits. 
• Limited supply, first-come-first serve. This is a popular program and trees do sell out quickly.
• Payment is non-refundable and no warranty is available.
• Trees can only be reserved when payment is received.

Starting at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 15, orders may be placed online at link listed below. 

2023 Trees Offered: 
• Large shade trees – Northern Catalpa, Hackberry, Chinkapin Oak, Hardy Rubber Tree, Tuliptree, Bur Oak, Discovery Elm

• Small ornamental trees – Hot Wings Maple, Turkish Filbert, Rocky Mountain Glow Maple, American Hornbeam, Persian Spire Ironwood, Gambel Oak (multi-stem), Ivory Silk Tree Lilac

View photos and descriptions of trees


Tree Donations

Property owners often find that they have trees on their property that have outgrown their planting site or are simply in the way of new development. Frequently these trees are in excellent shape, and still have the potential for decades of new growth. The City of Westminster Forestry Section will consider these trees for donation to City Parks and other public properties if the property owner would rather not have the trees destroyed. Here are a few items that must be considered when a tree is evaluated for donation:

  • tree must be in good-to-excellent health to be successfully transplanted by hand or with a tree spade;
  • trunk of the tree (measured 12 inches above ground level) cannot exceed 12 inches in diameter;
  • tree must be accessible by appropriate machinery; and
  • underground utilities can prevent tree donations when they are found to be within the dig area.

If you would like to have your potential tree donation evaluated by the city forester, please call 303-658-2287.