Old North End neighbors have a commitment to maintain their historic properties and medians and to promote the family friendly community we all call home.
We have all chosen to live in a landscape that says a lot about us. This is a place whose sidewalks, alleys, porches, boulevards, and parks connect us to our neighbors. This place is designed to create friendships with those who are living, that honors those who came before us, and that preserves a way of life for the next generation. We share this place with other living beings: birds, insects, bats, foxes, raccoons, and trees.
The trees on Wahsatch, Cascade, Nevada, and Wood Avenues have sheltered us for 100+ years. Many of the oldest trees—American Elm, Green Ash, Silver Maple—are at the end of their life cycles, and have to be removed. The anticipated loss of one hundred dead and dying trees, as with the loss of anything we have loved, can be dismaying.