Created by Ordinance #1110 adopted in 1973 to consist of 3 members and amended by 1516-85 (increased to 5 members) & 604-99 (increased member to 7 members & 2 alternates #1 & #2 - all borough residents appointed by the Mayor for 5 year terms.)
Mary Novak, Council Liaison
2020 Board Members
Anne Marie Kolb
Art Rittenhouse, Chairperson
FREE TREE SEEDLINGS FOR SAYREVILLE RESIDENTS
Earth Day / Arbor Day Celebration and Park Cleanup
Saturday, April 25th 9am-12n
Kennedy Park (Shine or Rain)
Seedlings donated by:
New Jersey Tree Recovery Program
Sayreville Shade Tree Commission
Seedlings limited to 5 per resident
Creative Art Contest for 2020
MARCH 27, 2020
We are looking for students to express what a tree
means and represents to them. Whether it is a favorite tree, a
memory involving a tree, the beauty of a tree, whatever the
passion we want you to show us through art. We have five
different categories to accommodate different ages, whether
solo or a group and lastly three-dimensional art. The only
criteria for the contest is that you are a student and to have
fun. Each category will consist of a first, second and third
place winner. We hope that this challenge inspires our youth
to get involved and show just how amazing Sayreville really is.
2020 Meeting Schedule
3rd Thursdays of the Month at 6:30PM, unless otherwise noted
Notices Regarding Ash Trees/Emerald Ash Borers
Identifying Ash Trees
Managing Emerald Ash Borer
Arbor Day in Sayreville 2010
Sayreville’s Shade Tree Commission conducted tree plantings with the Boy Scouts and Shade Tree Chairman Rich Herban conducted an educational seminar.
Accepting the award (from left to right) is Councilman Ken Kelly, Shade Tree Member Laurie Occhi, Shade Tree Member Phil Emma and State Forester James S. Barresi.
Borough of Sayreville is awarded
Tree City USA
The Tree City USA program, sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters, provides direction, technical assistance, public attention, and national recognition for urban and community forestry programs in thousands of towns and cities that more than 135 million Americans call home.
The many benefits of being a Tree City include creating a framework for action, education, a positive public image, and citizen pride.
The award was presented to Sayreville during New Jersey’s 61st Arbor Day Celebration held in Newark on April 30, 2010.