NORFOLK — The city will host a free community meeting and information session where residents can learn about urban trees and how they can affect the neighborhood.
The meeting will be on Jan. 10 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Jordan-Newby Anchor Branch Library.
Anyone interested in improving air quality, removing pollutants and reducing flooding, can learn more about the importance of having trees in the community.
In addition to learning about the benefits of trees, attendees can give feedback on how the city can integrate trees into the city’s storm water management program.
There will also be a free tree raffle open to those who attend the meeting.
No registration is required.