Salisbury City Council are responsible for over 12,000 trees across the parish.
In the past few years we have planted many new trees, including Community Orchards and Memorial Trees. We always endeavour to replace a felled tree but we also consider succession planting and try to put in new trees every winter.
The Parks Department are guided by our Tree Policy.
It is our priority to improve biodiversity in the City by looking after our trees and planting more in Salisbury for the benefit of people and wildlife. The Council is in the first stages of a city wide tree planting initiative to help create a greener city for residents and visitors to enjoy for years to come.
All our parks and open spaces are inspected on a regular basis but do get in touch if you have concerns or a query about a particular tree on our land.
If you have concerns or a query about a particular tree on our land, please contact