Welcome to the CommuniTree Project Site


The CommuniTree Committee formed to improve the Tree Canopy in Carleton Tract and Hollywood Park. The primary methods for achieving this goal are planting new trees, removing sick and dead trees, and developing a culture of stewardship within the neighborhood.

On November 10, 2018, the Committee plans to plant at least thirty new trees. Before that, we hosted regular workshops to help teach the community about the benefits of trees as well as the best methods to care for them. In 2019, the Committee aims so continue hosting workshops and events to benefit the neighborhood.

We welcome neighbors who are interested in helping steer the direction of the partnership.

If you want to help out, please contact Cassandra Shahani at cassandra@hollywoodpark95822.org

Upcoming Events

Prospective New Member Meeting
January 22, 2019 (6:00pm – 7:30pm)
Tealicious – 5101 Freeport Blvd

CommuniTree Steering Committee Meeting 
2019 TBD

Past Events

CommuniTree Steering Committee Meeting 
September 27, 2018 (6:00pm – 7:30pm)

CommuniTree Steering Committee Meeting
October 16, 2018 (6:00pm – 7:30pm)

Big Day of Planting
November 10, 2018 (9:00am to 12:00pm)
Welcome new trees to the neighborhood and celebrate together with a block party!

Water Wise Tree Care
July 21, 2018 (10:30am – 12:30pm)
Hollywood Park Elementary School – 4915 Harte Way
Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation and The Hollywood Park Neighborhood Association CommuniTree Project to learn about caring for your trees using low water landscaping techniques. Discover the magic of mulching, slow-watering strategies, and more. The wet weather last winter was certainly welcome, but these water wise methods for tree care remain useful for our hot and dry summer climate.
Water Wise Tree Care PowerPoint

CommuniTree Committee Meeting
May 23, 2018 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Lalo’s Mexican Restaurant – 5063 24th St.
Updates on mulching Workshop and plans for the summer.

Mulch Mayhem Tree Care and Mulching
May 5, 2018 (10:30am – 12:30pm)
Hollywood Park Elementary School – 4915 Harte Way
Free Soaker Hoses to Registered Participants!
Register Here!

City of Sacramento and Sacramento Tree Foundation are partnering to provide a workshop on how to mulch and use soaker hoses for young and mature trees. The are many benefits to having healthy trees at your home.

Learn how to care for your trees, why and how to mulch, and how best to water trees during hot summer months.

CommuniTree Committee Meeting
April 4, 2018 (6:00pm – 7:30pm)
Lalo’s Mexican Restaurant – 5063 24th St.
Discuss Fundraiser, Determine Committee Name

CommuniTree Bike Ride
March 25, 2018 (12:30am  – 4:30pm)
Two Rivers Cider Company – 4311 Attawa Ave.
Grab your helmet, get on your bike and join the Hollywood Park Neighborhood Association and the Sacramento Tree Foundation for a leisurely ride around our neighborhood to view the beautiful and historic trees that line our streets! Then meet back at Two Rivers Cider Company for Live Music and a Food Truck. Sutterville Bicycle Company will be providing free Bike Safety Inspections at their nearby shop located at 2365 Sutterville Bypass.
12:30 – 1:30 Free Bike Safety Inspection – 2365 Sutterville Bypass
1:30 – 2:30 Neighborhood Ride
2:30 on Live Music, Food Truck and a RAFFLE – 4311 Attawa Ave #300
Please note: We may encounter hazards such as moving vehicles, green waste or cracks in the Asphalt. Ensure your bike is safe to ride and that you are healthy enough to come along. Neighbors under 18 are required by law to wear a helmet for this and all bicycle rides.
CommuniTree Ride Trees

CommuniTree Committee Meeting

February 28, 2018 (6:00pm – 7:30pm)

Two Rivers Cider Company – 4311 Attawa Ave.
 First meeting to establish roles and responsibilities, mission of the partnership, review plan for the year
Steering Committee Meeting Notes

Ask a Tree Expert
February 10, 2018  (10:30am – 12:30pm)
Jointed Cue Billiards – 2375 Fruitridge Rd.
Join HPNA and the Sacramento Tree Foundation at the Jointed Cue for an opportunity to ask your tree-related questions.

Ask a Tree Expert Q&A 2018-02-10