Neighbourwoods
Tree Inventory Report

Report prepared by W.A. Kenney &
D. Puric-Mladenovic


Below you will find the Neighbourwoods Tree Inventory Report prepared as part of the Trees Count project of Friends of the Don East. It provides a summary of the results of the tree inventory conducted in August and September 2002 of four Don Valley neighbourhoods. The report also provides detailed results for each tree that was examined in the study, including its species, size, condition, and any conflicts it may have with overhead wires, buildings, sidewalks or other trees.

If the tree(s) on your property were examined, the findings are included in this report. Please remember that these evaluations were carried out by volunteers. If you have concerns about a specific tree, you should consult a professional arborist. The following sections provide detailed information about specific trees.

  • Section C lists trees that could be a potential hazard.
  • Section D lists potential significant and candidate heritage trees.
  • Section G identifies potential locations where new trees could be planted.
  • The raw inventory data for all trees is found in Appendix A.

The size of each section is listed. You may view or download the report in its entirety (3.22 MB).

Index

Section A: Composition of Community Forest
(57 KB)

page A-2

Distribution of Trees on Public and Private Land in the Community

page A-3

Distribution of Diameter Classes in the Community
page A-4 Distribution of Trees by Height Class in the Community
page A-5 Distribution of Species in the Community
page A-8 Distribution of Species by Diameter Class
page A-9 Distribution of Genera in the Community
page A-11 Distribution of Genera by Diameter Class
page A-12 Distribution of Native Trees, Deciduous and Conifers in the Community
page A-13 Distribution of Native vs. Non-Native and Conifers vs. Deciduous Trees by Diameter Classes
page A-14 Relative DBH Distribution in the Community

Section B: Tree Condition
(42 KB)

page B-2 Condition of Trees on Public and Private Land in the Community
page B-3 to 4 Tree Condition by Diameter Classes
page B-5 Species Condition
page B-6 Distribution of Trees with No Problems
page B-7 Distribution of Trees with No Problems by Species
page B-8 Species Suitability in the Community

Section C: Trees that could be a Potential Hazard and Trees in Conflict
(189 KB)

page C-2 to 3 List of All Trees that could be Potential Hazard

page C-4

List of Private Trees that could be Potential Hazard
page C-5 to 6 List of Public Trees that could be Potential Hazard
page C-7 Conflicts between Trees and Overhead Wire or Sidewalks
page C-8 Tree Conflict with Other Tree and Structure

Section D: Candidate Heritage Trees
(21 KB)

page D-2 Potential Significant and Candidate Heritage Trees
page D-3 Potential Significant and Candidate Heritage Trees - Private
page D-4 Potential Significant and Candidate Heritage Trees - Public
page D-5 Regionally Rare Native Trees
page D-6 Community Rare Trees

Section E: Summary of Tree Valuation Based on CTLA Approach
(51 KB)

page E-2 Tree Value on Municipal and Private Land Based on CTLA Approach
page E-4

Tree Value CTLA Approach - Privately Owned

page E-5 Tree Value Based on CTLA Approach - Public/Jointly Owned
page E-6 Tree Value by Street Based on CTLA Approach
page E-7 Value of Trees by Diameter Classes Based on CTLA Approach
page E-8 Value of Species Based on CTLA Approach (sorted by species)
page E-10 Value of Species Based on CTLA Approach (sorted by value)
page E-12 Value of Genera Based on CTLA Approach

Section F: Basal and Leaf Area
(38 KB)

page F-2 Basal Area
page F-3 Species Basal Area
page F-5 Species Basal and Leaf Area
page F-7 Total Species Basal and Leaf Area by Street
page F-8 Leaf Area
page F-9 Species Leaf Area

Section G: Plantable Spots
(47 KB)

page G-2 Plantable Spots and Proportion of Hard and Soft Surface Areas in the Community
page G-12 Number of Plantable Spots per Street
page G-14 Total Number of Plantable Spots Grouped by Height Class

Section H: Species List
(24 KB)

Section J: References
(8 KB)

Appendix A: Condition of All Inventoried Trees
(382 KB)

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