§ 97.061  STREET TREES PERMITTED TO BE PLANTED.
   (A)   The following list constitutes the official street tree species for the city.  A complete list, with scientific names and planting guidelines, shall be available from the City Tree and Landscape Board.  No species other than those included in this list may be planted as street trees without written permission of the City Tree and Landscape Board.
 
Small Trees
Medium Trees
Large Trees
Amur Maple
Trident Maple
Red Maple
Fullmoon Maple
Paperback Maple
Sugar Maple
Japanese Maple
Three Flowered Maple
Common Horsechestnut
Tartarian Maple
Norway Maple
River Birch
Downy Serviceberry
Red Horsechestnut
Hickory/Pecan
Apple Serviceberry
Ohio Buckeye
Deodar Cedar
American Hornbeam
Common Alder
Hackberry
Korean Hornbeam
European Hornbeam
Falsecypress
Eastern Redbud
Katsuratree
American Beech
White Fringetree
Yellowwood
Ginkgo (male only)
Pagoda Dogwood
Turkish Filbert
Kentucky Coffeetree
Flowering Dogwood
Hardy Rubber Tree
Sweetgum (fruitless)
Kousa Dogwood
Thornless Honeylocust
Tulip Poplar
Hawthorn
Carolina Silverbell
Dawn Redwood
Amur Maakia
Foster Holly
Serbian Spruce
Loebner Magnolia
American Holly
Pine
Star Magnolia
Eastern Redcedar
Sycamore/Planetree
Crabapple
Golden Raintree
Oak (except shingle)
Persian Parrotia
Saucer Magnolia
Baldcypress
Flowering Cherry/Plum
Black Tupelo
Linden
Korean Sun Pear
American Hophornbeam
Japanese Zelkova
Japanese Snowbell
Sourwood
Fragrant Snowbell
Amur Corktree
Japanese Tree Lilac
Norway Spruce
Colorado Blue Spruce
Purple Robe Locust
Sassafras
American Arbovitae
Prospector Elm
 
   (B)   The following list constitutes species that are expressly forbidden for planting as street trees in the city.
 
Boxelder
Cottonwood
Silver Maple
Lombardy Poplar
Tree of Heaven
Bradford Pear
Mimosa
Shingle Oak
White Birch
Black Locust
Russia Olive
Black Willow
Ash
American Elm
Osage Orange
Red Elm
Mulberry
 
('71 Code, § 101.07)  (Ord. 32-1986, passed 10-14-86; Am. Ord. 8-2008, passed 8-11-08; Am. Ord. 10-2010, passed 5-24-10)  Penalty, see § 97.999