We will celebrate Arbor Day 2020 from home and want you to share your pictures of tree plantings you may do and tag with #ArborDayAtHome and #ArborDayEB. The free tree seedling distribution has been postponed to a date later in 2020 and is currently TBD.
Since 1979, East Brunswick Has Been Named a "Tree City USA"
Tree-lined streets give character and serenity to East Brunswick’s suburban neighborhoods. Their natural beauty is maintained and enhanced by the comprehensive Shade Tree Program managed by the Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services.
More than 30,000 street-side trees are currently cared for by one township shade tree crew who maintain and remove hazardous trees.
The Division of Parks is responsible for maintaining trees:
Residents can contact the Division of Parks at 732-390-6806 to report township tree issues. Should you have a tree emergency during inclement weather or after hours, you may also contact East Brunswick Police Department at 732-390-6900.
Trees Damaging Power Lines
Trees that have fallen and/or are in entangled in power lines need to be reported to your applicable power company. For contact information: