Street Trees – You told us and we listened!

Consultation has concluded

Our street tree consultation has now wrapped up with Council receiving 453 surveys, 184 quick polls, 7 online forum posts and 24 Facebook posts in August 2015. Focus groups were held in late 2015 with 30 residents attending to further explore the responses received from the on-line survey.

Based on the results received from the engagement activity’s, together with the Council report, officers will be reviewing the species of trees to be planted, both in terms of size of tree and species. There will be more planting of deciduous trees and medium sized trees in residential streets except for wide residential streets where larger trees will be planted.



Our street tree consultation has now wrapped up with Council receiving 453 surveys, 184 quick polls, 7 online forum posts and 24 Facebook posts in August 2015. Focus groups were held in late 2015 with 30 residents attending to further explore the responses received from the on-line survey.

Based on the results received from the engagement activity’s, together with the Council report, officers will be reviewing the species of trees to be planted, both in terms of size of tree and species. There will be more planting of deciduous trees and medium sized trees in residential streets except for wide residential streets where larger trees will be planted.



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Council has a new approach to street trees and is inviting residents to provide feedback on the Casey Trees Guide adopted in December 2014.

    The Guide recommends that smaller trees will be planted in standard residential streets.  It also recommends that a variety of different tree species be planted; both native and exotic trees.

    The Casey Trees Guide has been developed to assist residents to understand Council’s street tree policy and to provide a guide to living with trees in the City of Casey ensuring the right tree for the right location.

    This survey is now closed. Thanks for your

    Council has a new approach to street trees and is inviting residents to provide feedback on the Casey Trees Guide adopted in December 2014.

    The Guide recommends that smaller trees will be planted in standard residential streets.  It also recommends that a variety of different tree species be planted; both native and exotic trees.

    The Casey Trees Guide has been developed to assist residents to understand Council’s street tree policy and to provide a guide to living with trees in the City of Casey ensuring the right tree for the right location.

    This survey is now closed. Thanks for your feedback and participation.  

    Feedback from the survey will be reported to Council and may result in further refinements to the strategy in late 2015.

    For more information on this survey or the Casey Trees Guide, please visit the Frequently Asked Question section; contact us on 9705 5200; or email caseycc@casey.vic.gov.au


    Consultation has concluded