Trees located on the street verge are only to be pruned or removed by the City or its contractors. Watering of the tree is the responsibility of the owner.
Pruning is periodically undertaken by the City to ensure that trees located under overhead power lines are maintained to meet guidelines in accordance with Western Power requirements and their schedule.
Residents can contact the City to request an inspection or maintenance should they have concerns regarding the health, location or safety of a tree.
Please note: The City is not responsible for the maintenance of new estates. For queries contact the relevant developer.
Property owners can request a tree to be planted on the verge next to their property by completing our online street tree request form or downloading the street tree request application form, however as tree stocks are limited, supply cannot be guaranteed.
The City does not support the removal of healthy, stable and viable trees and will not consider the removal of trees for reasons such as; to reduce leaf litter or to improve or create views. Upon receipt of a request for a tree removal form, City officers will inspect and consider removal in accordance with Councils policy for tree removal.
City of Mandurah street tree pruning schedule for 2020 will commence on Aug 3 and will continue until end of December 2020. To see when works will be happening in your area see the street tree pruning map.