Its residents can have a tree planted for free on their street verge, with applications closing on March 31.
Several types of trees such as tuart, bottlebrush, Rottnest tea-tree and swamp mallee are available, with selections assessed for suitability by a City officer.
Joondalup Mayor Troy Pickard said the City was committed to ‘developing a rich and diverse urban forest’.
Though the new street trees become the City’s responsibility, residents are asked to give a newly planted tree at least one deep watering (40 litres) a week in the dry months for the first three years.
Residents can call the City if they see trees that need replacing.
For more details, see street tree guidelines at joondalup.wa.gov.au or call 1300 369 972.