Hazard tree removal at Mountain View Park

We are working to improve the health and resiliency of our forests.

Starting the week of February 1, 2023, crews will be in Mountain View Park to remove approximately 55 trees impacted by the recent hemlock looper moth infestation and increasingly dry, hot summers (see map below).

The work is expected to take about one week to complete.

Our restoration plan for this area includes replanting three native tree species for every tree removed. We will plant various trees and shrubs species that will be resilient to changing climate conditions.

Please obey all signage in the area and avoid Mountain View Park during this work.

 A map of the tree removal location at Mountain View Park in the District of North Vancouver.

Lynn Headwaters hazard tree removal

We are working collaboratively with Metro Vancouver Parks, which is now removing significantly damaged trees in adjacent Lynn Headwaters Regional Park.

Learn more about hazard tree removal at Lynn Headwaters at Metro Vancouver’s website

Volunteer opportunity

We have a volunteer event on Saturday,  November 4 at 9am and we will be planting 500 trees in Mountain View Park.

Get details about upcoming volunteer events