City Forest Renewal: Corona

City of Corona

The City of Corona is located in the  western edge of Southern California’s Inland Empire region. The city is 39.56 mi², creating challenges in managing an urban forest spread across such a large geographic area. Corona stands to benefit greatly from this project by instituting urban forest management policies that have not been formalized. City staff will be able to leverage the grant savings from tree removals to allocate funding for the creation of urban forest  management documents.

DAC/SDAC Map – City of Corona

Disadvantages Communities (DACs) & Severely Disadvantaged Communities (SDAC) are determined by Median Household Income Data and CalEnviroScreen 3.0. Projects funded through Prop 68 funding require a majority of funds to go to DACs/SDACs.


Trees Removed through City Forest Renewal

Trees were removed throughout the city. Identifying removals is a collaborative process between the city and our grant partners. Specifically for this grant, removals can only be done if they pose a risk or are diseased and declining. 

Map coming soon

Tree Replacements

In exchange for grant funded removals, the City of Corona will plant two trees for every one tree removed – ensuring the preservation and expansion of Corona’s urban forest. 

When trees are planted and data is collected, the map will be updated. 

Map coming soon