Trees

Purpose
The Buildings and Grounds Department plants new trees as replacements of trees that have been taken down. We also celebrate Arbor Day every year by planting multiple trees throughout the town.

The Southern Pines Garden Club generously donates the funding for these trees every year, as well as the lovely plants that decorate the Campbell House. The town has been designated a Tree City USA since 1980.

Significant Trees Program
Through the Significant Trees Program, the town has identified 100 trees in Southern Pines that are important for our history and environment because of their age, beauty, or rarity. We also sponsor the TREEmendous Trees of Southern Pines Program, to continue to honor our special trees and those who maintain them.

Please complete a Tree Award Nomination Form if you have a tree to recommend.

Landmark Landscapes
Every year the town focuses on a specific area for the Landmark Landscapes Program. This program aims to improve the trees and natural appearance of the area, including pruning, replanting, and implementing up-to-date best practices for tree care and maintenance. Several areas have been chosen for this exciting program.

Adopt-a-Street
The town greatly appreciates the involvement of our residents in helping to keep Southern Pines a beautiful place. If you or your organization would like to adopt a street, please fill out the appropriate information and send it to the Appearance Commission for approval. 

Christmas Trees
The town enjoys celebrating the holiday season every year by creating a festive atmosphere throughout the community. Buildings and grounds installs over 100 Christmas trees, including three large trees, around town at the start of the season and supplies the power and maintenance for the trees.

Please contact the Southern Pines Business Association for information on purchasing a tree to decorate. In addition to the trees, we also provide holiday and year-round banners to ornament the town.