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SRP Customers Can Earn Two Free Shade Trees

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February 27, 2021 10:00 AM

March 6, 2021 11:15 AM
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Location: 600 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ, 85004
Cost to Attend: Free
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By | March 6, 2021
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PLANT SAVINGS WITH FREE SHADE TREES

Attend a workshop and earn two trees! SRP’s Shade Tree Program provides customers up to two free desert-adapted trees (approximately 4-to-6 foot saplings) to plant in energy-saving locations around your home. Shading your home helps reduce cooling costs, improve air quality and lower the Valley’s heat effect without using a lot of water.*

To receive free trees, participants are required to attend a free workshop to learn how to best plant and care for your trees. Space is limited. Reserve your spot by signing up online.

Available Workshops:

  1. Saturday, February 13th at 10 a.m.
  2. Wednesday, February 24th at Noon
  3. Saturday, March 6th at 10 a.m.

Program requirements

You must be a current residential SRP electric customer, attend a Shade Tree workshop and:

  • Have the legal right to plant trees on the property
  • Plant trees on the south, west and east sides of your home
  • Plant trees within 15 feet of exposed exterior walls and windows
  • Have the ability to care for the tree, as needed
  • Have not previously received trees for the property from an SRP shade tree workshop

For more information, call (602) 325-1254

Before you plant a tree, call Arizona811 to find out where existing underground lines are located. One call to this free service notifies the appropriate local utilities, which send technicians to the requested site to mark the approximate location of existing underground lines.

Contact Information

Name: SRP Shade Trees

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