The City of Albuquerque Park Management Division has a program for planting trees at various City park locations.
Tribute Tree Information
Tribute trees are a moving and beneficial way to honor someone living or deceased.
Park Management provides the trees at a cost of $700 and will install, water, and maintain the trees.
A Living Remembrance
A tribute tree can be a living remembrance of a loved one or a celebration of a happy event.
It also provides a sense of belonging and community.
Trees improve the quality of life for the community and the City of Albuquerque as a whole, providing a benefit and enjoyment to people who use our parks. In addition, trees are a growing and living symbol for the individuals they represent.
A tribute tree is a wonderful honor for individuals or organizations to make in someone's name; it is a gift that keeps on growing.
Who Does the Planting?
The Park Management Division has a staff of Forestry employees who are responsible for all tree plantings for the City of Albuquerque. After planting, the City takes care of watering, pruning and other maintenance.
Trees Planting Season
Trees can be planted during the planting season beginning in late autumn until the weather becomes warm.
A tribute tree will cost $700.
The trees are typically 25-30 gallon, 6 to 8 feet tall and a 2-inch caliper.
A representative from Park Management Division will select an appropriate species and an appropriate location for the tree at the city park.
Families are invited to hold celebrations for the planting of the tree; gatherings are the responsibility of the interested party.
Parks NOT eligible for planting of Memorial Trees
- Robinson Park
- Bel-Air Park
- High Desert Park
- Baatan Park
- Roosevelt Park
- NM Veterans Park
- Spruce Park
- Summit Park
- Altura Park
- Piedra Lisa Park
- Mitchell Elementary Park
- Fox Memorial Park
- Hyder Park
- McDuffie Park