Community Parks Neighborhood Parks Cemeteries
Boulan Park Beach Road Park Beach Road
Firefighters Park Beaver Trail Park Crooks Road
Donald J. Flynn Park Brinston Park Perrin
Jaycee Park Phillip J. Huber Park Union Corners
Raintree Park Milverton Park




North Glen Park

Information

Skate Parks

Redwood Park Troy's Trees
Troy Skate Park Robinwood Park City Park Regulations







Schroeder Park Park Shelter Rental




Sylvan Glen Lake Park Outdoor Walking Routes
City Policy for Naming Parks








Tree Maintenance

Tree City USA

Trees are a resource that can contribute to the economic development of communities. These resources may not provide marketable goods, but they generate "human services" that promote economic growth. In an information-based economy, firms and workers are highly mobile. Research has determined that people will move to places offering high levels of amenities, including urban forest. The benefits of an urban forest are possible only when planned and managed comprehensively as a 'green infrastructure'. Citywide systems of roads and utilities deliver service in a comprehensive and predictable manner. Likewise, planned systems of trees, parks and green spaces provide plant and ecosystem benefits throughout Troy.

Troy has been recognized as TREE CITY USA for more than 25 years.









Pruning/Maintenance of Trees Information

Recommended Trees to Plant in the City Right-of-Way List