Trees are economically beneficial to the town and the community in attracting residents, visitors, and new industry. Trees can enhance the value and marketability of property, enhance the quality of life in the community, and promote the stability of neighborhoods by providing a healthy and more beautiful environment.
Under the jurisdiction of the Town Administrator, the Town of Bristol undertakes the maintenance and preservation of trees. The Town Administrator reviews requests for permission for any planting, removal, or trimming of trees within any public right of way.
For more information on submitting a tree request, please view below or contact the Department of Public Works at 401-253-4100 Option 4.
Tree Inspection Service
The Town Administrator’s Office coordinates with the DPW and Tree Warden, Steve Saracino, to conduct town tree inspection activities including trimming and pruning. To submit a tree inspection request, please complete the form below.
Tree Removal Request
Residents, at their personal expense, can request to have a town tree removed. If you are interested in this service, please complete the form below.
Street Tree Planting Request
The Town of Bristol is proud to support the maintenance and enhancement of the local treescape each year. To submit a street tree planting request, please complete the form below.