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Waste & environment

Trees and plants

Report a problem with a tree. Looking after our trees. Indigenous plant guide. Identify and remove weeds.

If you have a non-urgent concern with a tree on public land, you can report it to us online. This can include removing a fallen tree or branch, reporting a concern with a tree or having a new tree planted.
Weeds are a problem in Casey and can cause havoc to our indigenous flora. An environmental weed is a plant that flourishes in the local bushland that wouldn't normally be found there. Download our weed identification guide to find out how you can prevent and remove weeds in Casey.
Indigenous plants are those that occur naturally in a particular area. We have partnered with the Cardinia Shire Council to create an indigenous plant guide.
We manage over 250,000 trees in Casey. This includes nature strip trees, roadside trees and trees in our parks and reserves. Find out how we look after our trees and when we plant new ones.
For identified significant trees, you need a planning permit to remove, destroy or lop the tree or undertake buildings and works within the Tree Protection Zone.