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City of Ukiah, Mendocino County, Tree and Creek Information Links

City of Ukiah Trees & Creeks Information

Tree & Creek Advocacy

  • Tree Advisory Group (TAG)

    Tree Advisory Group (TAG) TAG is a volunteer organization dedicated to the enhancement of the urban forest in Ukiah. TAG advises the City of Ukiah on issues such as tree care, planting, and education. They also champion City tree programs (e.g. the Landmark Tree Program and City Park Tree Inventories) and shape City tree planting and management guidelines. For more information, contact the TAG coordinator at lsanders@pacific.net

  • Friends of Gibson Creek (FOGC)

    Friends of Gibson Creek (FOGC) is a group of citizens promoting the health and appreciation of the creeks and watersheds in and around Ukiah. For over ten years, FOGC has organized annual creek cleanups and coordinated a number of restoration projects. FOGC is focusing now on educating the public and officials about the benefits of our creek system to the community. A “Creek Care Guide” is available to all businesses and home owners along the creeks. For more in-formation contact pinkykushner@mac.com.

  • Mendocino County Releaf (MCRL)

    Since 1999, Mendocino County Releaf had been promoting the enhancement of the urban forests in Mendocino County by organizing tree plantings and providing educational materials. Recently, MCRL partnered with the Community Foundation of Mendocino County to provide small grants for tree plantings that serve a public benefit.

  • Paths, Open Space and Creeks Commission (POSC)

    This commission was created at the behest of late Council member Phil Baldwin to implement the open space and conservation element of the Ukiah General Plan of 1995. POSC has been working towards these goals by creating the Creek Maintenance Policies and Procedures, the Doolan Creek study {see links below}, and is working on setbacks for creek corridors.

Policies, Guidelines, Zoning, and Studies

Programs

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