Boulevard Tree Program

Our green canopy is one of our community's most beautiful assets. The green canopy provides our community with shelter from the wind and heat, as well as improves air quality.

Are you a property owner in the Town of Maple Creek? Do you have two trees on your boulevard? No? Then you qualify for the Boulevard Tree Program!


In 2024, the Town of Maple Creek in collaboration with Kelli Dee Floral, has 5 trees available this year.

Before registering for a tree(s), please read below to learn about the types of trees available and decide which will be the best fit for you and your property:


Trojan Green Ash

Mature Size: 35' x 20'

Fall Foliage: Golden Yellow

Crown Shape: Oval

Sun: Full sun to partial shade

Soil Moisture: Adapts to a wide range of soils, drought & moisture tolerant

It is thought to be the most hardy, seedless green ash. Because of its upright, compact, and narrow form, it is an excellent shade tree for tiny settings. 


      Trojan Green Ash

Silver Cloud Maple

Mature Size: 50' x 30'

Fall Foliage: Yellow

Crown Shape: Upright, Oval

Sun: Full sun to partial shade

Soil Moisture: Moist to wet soil

Fast-growing tree with the traditional maple leaf. Green leaves with a silvery underside turns yellow to orange-red in fall.



Bur Oak

Mature Size: 70' x 60'

Fall Foliage: Golden yellow to brown

Crown Shape: Round

Sun: Full sun

Soil MoistureDrought Tolerant once established.

Grows in a rounded shape, tolerates pollution and heat stress offering dense shade. 


Russian Mountain Ash

Mature Size: 30' x 18'

Fall Foliage: Orange

Crown Shape: Pyramidal

Sun: Full sun 

Soil Moisture: Adaptable to dry and moist.

Showy clusters of white flowers in spring, orange berries early fall to late winter.


Fall Russian Mountain AshRussian Mountain Ash


Japanese Tree Lilac

Mature Size: 20' x 15'

Fall Foliage: Dark Green (do not develop any fall colours)

Crown Shape: Oval, Pyramidal, Round

Sun: Full sun to partial shade

Soil MoistureMoist, well-drained soil.

Large clusters of small creamy-white, fragrant flowers. Blooms later than most other species of lilac (late spring, early summer).

Japanese Tree LilacJapanese Tree Lilac Flower

To register for the Boulevard Tree Program, please contact the Town Office at (306) 662-2244.

Please be prepared to give your name, address, and phone number.