Tree Preservation Overview
The Village of Deerfield is committed to preserving our trees, while allowing for reasonable improvement of land within the Village, it is stated public policy of the Village to maintain, to the greatest extent possible, existing trees within the Village and to add to the tree population within the Village, where possible.
Tree Monitoring Overview
The Public Works Department frequently monitors all the trees within the Village of Deerfield. Such monitoring promotes early detection of tree diseases and invasive species infestations.
Fill out the Elm and Ash Tree Treatment Form (PDF).
Discover details about the initial search for Asian Longhorned beetle completed in Deerfield.
Dutch Elm Disease (DED) is very aggressive and likely to spread to other elms if not promptly removed.
In the summer of 2011, EAB (Emerald Ash Borer) was discovered in the Village of Deerfield’s southwest quadrant.
Find the village's history with the Gypsy Moth and learn some steps a homeowner can take to prevent infestation.
Learn about planting, pruning, and removing parkway trees; as well as what to do in the instance of storm damage or debris.