ReLeaf Westy Tree Sale

Trees are available for purchase through the City of Westminster Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department for a low price of $65 plus tax. The city buys trees from the Colorado Tree Coalition and sells them to the community at cost. The purpose of this program is to encourage tree planting and tree diversity with trees that are affordable and small enough for a homeowner to handle.

Program Details: 
• Trees are 6-12 feet tall and 30-50 pounds. 
Orders are accepted Monday, Feb. 3, through Wednesday, April 15, and trees must be picked up on Saturday, April 18, at the Westminster Forestry and Open Space Maintenance Facility, 10001 Alkire St.
• Limit three trees per household. 
• Trees must be purchased by Westminster residents and planted within Westminster city limits. 
• Limited supply, call for availability. 
• Payment is non-refundable and no warranty is available. 
• Trees can only be reserved when payment is received. 
• Trees planted in the front yard may be eligible for a $25 rebate through the ReLeaf Westy Rebate Program (see below).
Call 303-658-2192 for more information and to place an order. 

2020 Trees Offered: 
• Large shade trees – Sensation Maple, Shumard Red Oak, Chinkapin Oak, Kentucky Coffeetree, Hardy Rubbertree,  Lacebark Elm and London Planetree
• Small ornamental trees – Eastern Redbud, Hot Wings Maple and Chanticleer Pear

View the printable flyer 

ReLeaf Westy Tree REBATE Program

The City of Westminster Department of Parks, Recreation and Libraries offers a $60 rebate for trees planted by Westminster residential property owners that meet the program requirements. This program is designed to encourage residents to plant trees to improve their own property, as well as to enhance the community. Planting trees near streets help shade and cool the environment.

Program Requirements:

• Trees must be planted within Westminster city limits. 
• Tree must have a minimum purchase price of $80. 
• Tree must be one of those listed in the program or approved by the city forester. 
• Tree must be planted in the front yard of the property. 
• Completed application forms along with a copy of your receipt showing your tree purchase must be submitted to Westminster Parks, Recreation and Libraries by Oct. 31. 
• Rebates are subject to verification of fulfilling requirements. 
• Funding is limited, and rebates are on a first come/first served basis. 
• Trees purchased through the ReLeaf Westy Tree Sale and planted in the front yard are eligible for a $25 rebate.


More information - Contact City Forester, John Kasza, at 303-658-2559.

Eligible Shade Trees - Hackberry, Linden varieties, Thornless Honeylocust varieties, Norway Maple varieties, Autumn Blaze Maple, Sugar Maple, Western Catalpa, Bur Oak, Northern Red Oak, Swamp White Oak, English Oak, London Plane tree, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Japanese Pagoda tree.

Eligible Ornamental Trees - Thinleaf alder, Canada red cherry, Crabapple varieties, Golden Raintree, Hawthorn varieties, European hornbeam, Amur and Tatarian maple, Newport plum, Serviceberry, Japanese Tree Lilac, Pear and Eastern Redbud.

Eligible Evergreen Trees - Eastern Red Cedar, Rocky Mountain Juniper, Austrian Pine, Bristlecone Pine, Limber Pine, Pinyon Pine, Ponderosa Pine, Southwestern Whitle Pine, Black Hills Spruce and Colorado Spruce.

Tree Donations

Property owners often find that they have trees on their property that have outgrown their planting site or are simply in the way of new development. Frequently these trees are in excellent shape, and still have the potential for decades of new growth. The City of Westminster Forestry Section will consider these trees for donation to City Parks and other public properties if the property owner would rather not have the trees destroyed. Here are a few items that must be considered when a tree is evaluated for donation:

  • tree must be in good-to-excellent health to be successfully transplanted by hand or with a tree spade;
  • trunk of the tree (measured 12 inches above ground level) cannot exceed 12 inches in diameter;
  • tree must be accessible by appropriate machinery; and
  • underground utilities can prevent tree donations when they are found to be within the dig area.

If you would like to have your potential tree donation evaluated by the city forester, please call 303-658-2559.