Name* First Last Address* Street Address Address Line 2 City State California Street Type*BoulevardRoadPlaceStreetDriveLaneHighwayCanyonWayAvenueCircleCourtOtherZip Code*90001900029000390004900059000690007900089001090011900129001390014900159001690017900189001990020900219002390024900259002690027900289002990031900329003390034900359003690037900389003990041900429004390044900459004690047900489004990056900579005890059900619006290063900649006590066900679006890069900719007390077900899009490095902109021190212902309023290245902479024890262902659027290275902809029090291902929029390301903029030490305904029040390404904059050190502905049071090717907319073290744907459080290810908139103091040910429110591201912029120491205912069120891214913029130391304913069130791311913169132191324913259132691330913319133591340913429134391344913459135291356913649136791401914029140391405914069141191423914369150191504915059150691522916019160291604916059160691607916089180191803If your zip code is not listed above, you do not qualify for our free street trees program.Phone*Email* What type of air conditioning system does your property have?*No ACCentral ACWall or window ACHow did you hear about us?*A Cleaner Greener East LALA Conservation CorpsFuego Tech Fire RangersKorea town Youth & Community CenterLos Angeles Beautification TeamNortheast TreesTree PeopleSocial mediaNews mediaWord of mouthNone of the aboveCommentsCity Plants offers free street trees and we have an inspector who ultimately chooses the tree species depending on surrounding infrastructure and according to City of Los Angeles Tree Spacing Guidelines. Our main goal is to plant the right tree in the right place. While we welcome recommendations, we cannot guarantee that the species you prefer will be planted in your street or parkway.I Promise to Water this Tree! Thank you for requesting a street tree! By requesting trees through the City Plants Program, you are promising to water them so they can grow healthy and strong. You will receive instructions on how to water your trees properly by email and at your door. A good rule of thumb is to check it every week to see if the soil is dry, and if so, slowly add at least 10 gallons of water once a week.Check box if you agree to the above terms:* Yes Do you want to stay updated on City Plants news? Yes, sign me up! Type your name as signature to form*Want to stay updated with City Plants events? Sign up for our monthly newsletter here.