See our new tree guards!

Civic Council Trustee Ezra Goldstein shows appreciation for the new tree guard in front of his Seventh Avenue business, the Community Bookstore.
The Park Slope Civic Council, prompted by a generous donation from an anonymous donor, has begun installing tree guards along Seventh Avenue. The tree guards will enhance the aesthetic of Seventh Avenue, and will help to protect and ensure healthy trees, which greatly benefit our community in countless ways. The short-term goal of the Civic Council is to have tree guards installed between Carroll Street and Fifth Street along Seventh Avenue. 

The company the Civic Council employed for the installation is City Tree Guards. The tree guards are maintenance free, stain resistant and will not rust. Additionally, the flexible modular design provides damage resistance from vehicles and pedestrians.

All of us at the Civic Council hope that you enjoy the new tree guards. Should any of our members and readers feel similarly inspired to contribute to the Civic Council’s cause, we invite you to visit our website:  and click on “Join. Renew. Donate.” Enjoy!
Civic Council Trustee and Sustainability and House Tour Committee Chairperson, Candace Woodward, proudly graces one of Seventh Avenue’s new tree guards.

  • Posted on Jan 27, 2021 by Park Slope Civic Council
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