Longview, WA, USA

Having a healthy, diverse urban forest can provide many benefits to the city, residents, and wildlife. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, trees also; scrub the air of pollutants, slow the release of stormwater runoff into the watershed, filter stormwater, provide oxygen, reduce energy costs, provide shade, offer habitat and food for wildlife, and increase the value of real estate. The key to a sustainable and healthy urban forest is species and age diversity, proper tree maintenance, risk management, and public support which can be accomplished with an urban forest management plan.

The inventory data was analyzed in Microsoft Excel, Access, and the City’s TreePlotter™ app to determine the state, characteristics, and trends of Longview’s urban forest. The information is provided to guide future maintenance and management and to better plan for the health and longevity of Longview’s urban forest.

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Tree Inventory Insights


Number of Trees


Proposed Planting Sites


Kwanzan Cherry/Top Species