Can I plant a tree in the Right-of-Way and which trees are permitted to be planted in the boulevard?

Planting trees in the right-of-way (boulevard) is done by the City Forestry Division. The City of Owatonna has an list of small and large boulevard trees that are approved for planting. To request a new or replacement boulevard tree, please contact the Public Works Office by email, by phone 507-444-4350, or fill out an online boulevard tree request form

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1. Can I plant a tree in the Right-of-Way and which trees are permitted to be planted in the boulevard?
2. Who do I contact with concerns about the City trimming boulevard trees?
3. Who do I contact about trees in overhead power lines?
4. Are there restrictions about cutting down trees on my own property?
5. How do I prevent my tree from being infested with Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)?
6. What should I do if I see EAB?
7. Does the City still enforce removal of Dutch Elm Disease?