Town Offices will be closed for non-essential services on Monday, February 17, in observance of Presidents' Day.


Fairfield Tree Planting Program

Would you like to enhance the beauty of your property and street?  If so, the Town offers a voluntary, collaborative, tree-planting program that will help you do just that!


For $175 (price updated spring 2019), which includes gator bag and deer protection for all trees, the Town will help you select a tree appropriate for your site and plant it for you on the public right-of-way along your property line.

Homeowner Responsibilities

You must water the tree after it is planted and during times of drought. Remembering regular watering is critical to the success of the newly planted tree!  

Please retain and follow these simple instruction sheets for how to care for your tree:

Town Responsibilities

The Town is responsible for planting, mulching, and pruning the trees throughout its life.

The Right Tree in the Right Place

To achieve the full benefits of a tree, it must be selected and planted according to a well thought-out plan suitable for the planting site and surroundings. For that reason a site visit will be made to help select the proper tree.

Selection Considerations

What size should I consider? What species of trees are available?  Location of utility lines determine size and species of trees available.

  • Utility lines on your side of the street, use this list.
  • No utility lines on your side of the street, use this list.

Request a Tree

To request to have a tree planted in the right-of-way bordering your property enter a Service Request (select 'Tree Issues' and then 'Tree Planting Request') or contact the Tree Warden. The Tree Warden and/or a member of the Forestry Committee will visit your site and help you make an appropriate selection.