Annual Arbor Day Tree Sale Taking Place Online Beginning March 1

All orders take place online with a drive-thru tree pickup on Saturday, April 23

The City of Naperville's annual Arbor Day Tree Sale will take place online for a six-week period beginning March 1. The sale link will open on Tuesday, March 1 at 8 a.m. and will close on Friday, April 15 at 5 p.m. or when all trees are sold, whichever comes first. A drive-thru tree pickup will take place on Saturday, April 23 at the Public Works Service Center, 180 Fort Hill Dr. from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Residents will be able to select from 20 different species of container-grown trees costing between $25 and $50 for use in beautifying their yards and sustaining the environment. A total of 280 trees are available for purchase, including various maples, oaks and elms.

All orders will take place online at Multiple tree types may be purchased through PayPal in one transaction, with trees categorized by price. Once an online order is complete, shoppers will be directed to use an online calendar to schedule a time to pick up their tree(s) on Saturday, April 23 at the Public Works Service Center. For the safety of all, participants will be asked to stay in their vehicles while City staff members load the trees into vehicles during their pre-scheduled pickup timeslot.

Residents will be limited to six trees. All tree sales are final, and trees must be picked up on April 23. Payment will be forfeited for trees that are not picked up on April 23. No refunds will be given.

For more information and to shop the sale beginning March 1, visit

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