Community Partners

City of Palo Alto

City Council
City Manager’s Office
Public Works Department—Tree Division
Planning Department
Parks and Recreation Department
Utilities Department Planning Department
Administrative Services Dept (GIS/Information Technology)

City of East Palo Alto

City Council
Transportation Commission
City Manager’s Office
Public Works Department—Maintenance Division
Community Services Department
East Palo Alto Health Roundtable

Education Partnerships

Castilleja School, Palo Alto
Circle K Club, Stanford University
Citizen Schools at Kennedy Middle School, Redwood City
East Palo Alto Charter School
Eastside Prep High School, East Palo Alto
Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School, Mountain View
Girls’ Middle School, Mountain View
Key Club, Gunn High School
Key Club, Palo Alto High School
Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD)
PAUSD Sustainable Schools Committee
Ravenswood City School District
Step by Step Club, Eastside Prep
Woodside Priory, Portola Valley

Urban Forestry Partners

Alliance for Community Trees
Cal Fire
California Invasive Plant Council, Don’t Plant a Pest Program
California Releaf
California Urban Forests Council
Center for Urban Forest Research
Collective Roots
East Palo Alto Tree Initiative
Friends of the Urban Forest
International Society of Arboriculture
Mountain View Trees

Community and Corporate Groups

Boys and Girls Club
Boy Scouts
Collective Roots
Gamble Garden
Garden Club of Palo Alto
Girl Scouts
Girls to Women
Geller Editorial
Green Meadow Community Association
Hands on Bay Area
Home Depot
Kiwanis Club of Palo Alto
Mountain View Trees
Memry Corporation
Pacific Art League
Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce
Palo Alto Jewish Community Center
Palo Alto YMCA
Shelter Network
Stanford University
Stevenson House
Sun Microsystems
Volunteers in Asia
Youth Community Service

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