Can I have the Ash trees in my boulevard treated?

The City does allow for homeowners to have the Aash trees in their boulevard treated as long as the City receives documentation stating when the treatment was administered, what product was used, and by whom. Treatment of any boulevard Ash tree would have to be administered by a professional arborist.  This data will be stored in our City tree inventory and will  be updated on a regular basis. This is to prevent accidental removal of treated trees when the City needs to remove infected Ash trees.

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1. Who is responsible for caring for boulevard trees in front of my residence?
2. How can I find out who owns a tree close to the boulevard if I’m unsure?
3. What can I do to my boulevard tree regarding maintenance?
4. The boulevard tree in front of my house needs pruning. When will the City be pruning my tree?
5. How can I get a tree planted in my boulevard?
6. The City has planted a tree in my boulevard. What can I do to help it grow?
7. The City planted a tree in the boulevard that I’ve never heard about before. Why is that?
8. Does River Falls have Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)?
9. I think I’ve seen EAB or a tree with EAB. Who do I call to find out?
10. How many Ash trees does the City have planted?
11. What is the City’s plan to handle the Ash tree population as EAB spreads?
12. What are the options a homeowner has for treating their Ash tree for EAB?
13. Can I have the Ash trees in my boulevard treated?