ONALASKA, Wis. (WXOW) – The City of Onalaska is being recognized as a “Tree City” by the National Arbor Foundation.
The foundation recognizes cities throughout the U.S. that meet four standards: maintain a tree board or department, have a community tree ordinance, spend at least $2 per capita on urban forestry, and celebrate Arbor day.
This is 14th time Onalaska received the "Tree City" title.
This spring, Onalaska partnered with Kreibich Landscaping, LLC to plant 119 trees in the city's boulevards, cemetery and along County OS and East Main Street. An additional 21 trees were planted this week along city streets. Another tree planting project is scheduled for this June.
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