Clarington's Operations Department is responsible for maintaining all municipal trees including boulevard trees, trees at the sides of roads, within our parks and at facilities.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the maintenance or conditions of municipal trees, please contact the Operations Department.
If the tree on your boulevard is dead or is diseased, you can have your tree replaced.
If you are planning to cut down or remove trees within a woodland area, you may need a permit from the Region of Durham. Learn more about tree removal.
The Trees for Rural Roads Program offers trees free of charge to Clarington's rural residents to be planted along municipal roads on private land.
Experience the joy of playing outdoors at Clarington's parks and sports fields. With over 70 parks to choose from, it's easy to find something fun to do.
Dance the night away with your friends at the Newcastle & District Recreation Complex Pre-teen Dance!
Clarington's Recreation and Leisure Guide provides information on fitness, aquatic and recreation programs, as well as swimming and skating schedules.