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The City of Canterbury Bankstown has been awarded almost $900,000 as part of the NSW Premier's priority to increase tree canopy through the Greening our City Grants. The Greening our City Grants supports local councils to increase tree canopy and green cover by providing funding for tree planting across Sydney.
The below map highlights how the funding will be spent.
The map below shows which areas are more vulnerable to urban heat using data from the NSW Heat Vulnerability Index (HVI). This information will be used to determine planting locations.
What can you do?
We all have a part to play. Planting trees in your own yard is a great way to reduce the effects of urban heat. Every year Council offers free native plant seedlings to residents. You can find out more information on our Native Plant Giveaways here.
You can also report vandalised or dying trees to Council at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 9707 9000.