St. Louis Park Tree Sale

Thank you for your interest in the St. Louis Park Tree Sale!

The St. Louis Park Tree Sale will open for preview Feb 21st, 2024. Click here to check out the tree sale website and see what is available in 2024.

The distribution will be on May 4th, 2024, from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon and May 6th, 2024, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. These will be the only times to pick up your tree, but you can have someone come in your place if you are busy.

The distribution will be at City of St. Louis Park Municipal Services Center:
7305 Oxford Street
St. Louis Park, MN

Please enter on the west side of the building.

More information on pick-up will be released closer to the distribution date.

To Note:
• This program is only available to St. Louis Park property owners.
• It is the law to call Gopher State One Call (651-454-0002) at least three days before digging. They will mark buried utility lines for your safety.
• Large shade trees should be planted at least 15 feet from power lines and/or buildings.
• Save money on energy by planting large shade trees on the east or west side of your home.

New This Year:
The City of St. Louis Park has a NEW program that provides tree care services at no cost to income-qualified residential property owners. Tree care can include ash tree removal, ash tree injections, tree planting, and tree pruning. Click here for more information.

This program was made possible through the ReLeaf Grant from the MNDNR.

Full-Service Option: St. Louis Park is partnering with Tree Trust to offer a new, full-service tree purchasing and planting option for residential property owners. If you would like to have your tree(s) planted for you and assistance with selection and placement, check out St. Louis Park’s Full-Service option here. This program extends throughout the year, orders placed by April 30th, 2024, will be planted in the spring.

St. Louis Park Tree Planting

Discover how to plant a tree the Tree Trust Way! In this informative video, learn the essential steps to plant a tree, from preparing the root ball to ensuring a healthy start for a new tree.

For more information, contact Tree Trust’s
Community Forestry Department

Questions? Call Tree Trust at 952-767-3880