Council trees are all trees located on land owned or managed by Monash City Council. This includes all trees located within parks and gardens, reserves, bushlands, streets and nature strips.
Council undertakes regular inspections and works to maintain its trees in good health and condition, however if you would like to report an issue please submit your request below.
Please note that Council does not maintain trees on private property. For tree removal or tree works within the Vegetation Protection Overlay (VPO), please visit: Vegetation Protection Overlay.
The below online requests are monitored during business hours, Monday to Friday. Please do not use this service for urgent requests.
Call us immediately on 9518 3555 (24 hours) to report an urgent issue.
Fallen Tree or Hanging Branch or Roots
Please submit your request online. You will be able to upload a photo of the tree/branch to help us respond to your request.
Fallen Tree / Hanging Branch / Roots
Every street tree in Monash is inspected and, if needed, pruned once per year. More information: Tree Pruning
If you believe the street tree outside your property needs pruning, please submit your request online. You will be able to upload a photo of the tree to help us respond to your request.
In case of a safety hazard, please call Council's After Hours Service on 9518 3555.
Trees are expected, as part of their natural biological processes, to drop leaves, branches, flowers and fruit from time to time. Residents are encouraged to tidy up the leaf litter and place within their garden bin. If you believe this litter is excessive and you require assistance, please submit a request online.
You will be able to upload a photo of the tree to help us respond to your request.
What happens after you report an issue
After you report the issue, a member of our Horticulture team will review your request and action as appropriate.
If requested, Council will notify you of the outcome.