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Brighton offers low-cost trees to residents

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Brighton offers low-cost trees to residents

The City of Brighton is pleased to partner with the Colorado Tree Coalition once again to offer low cost trees to Brighton residents.


Citizens may purchase up to three trees per household or business. Each tree is $48.83. There are seven species of trees available this year. They are: Kentucky Coffee, Bur Oak, English Oak, Glenleven Linden, Turkish Filbert, Tatarian Maple, and Cleveland Select Pear.

Trees are selected specifically for Brighton’s climate and soil condition. Most trees are one inch in diameter and 5 to 7 feet tall.


Trees can be ordered by printing out an application on the City of Brighton’s website,  or by picking up a form at City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave.


Trees are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Orders will be placed once full payment is received. Trees will be ready for pickup mid-April.


For more information on the Colorado Tree Coalition, visit For more information on Brighton’s tree program, contact City Forester Kyle Sylvester at 303-655-2089.


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