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Mark Varner
Description
The City of Evanston has inventoried and maintains over 34,000 trees located on City property and in the parkways.
Category
Information Technology (includes maps & geospatial data)
Tags
maps and geospatial data, natural systems, climate and energy, trees, forestry, parks, public works
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The Socrata Open Data API (SODA) provides programmatic access to this dataset including the ability to filter, query, and aggregate data. For more more information, view the API docs for this dataset or visit our developer portal

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Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
OBJECTID
objectid
ID
id
UniqueID
uniqueid
Address or block number
address
Interpolated address
suffix
Street
street
On street or park
onstr
From street
fromstr
To street
tostr
Side
side
Site
site
Species
spp
Cultivar
cultivar
DBH
dbh
Multistem
multistem
Condition
condition
Maintenance recommendation
maintprim
Inspection recommended
inspect
Overhead utilities
ohutil
Failure
failure
Defect
defect
Target
target
Other
other
Rating
rating
Tree trimming area
gis_dbo_trees_area
Subzone
subzone
Inventory date
inv_date
Inventory time
inv_time
Inspection date
inspect_dt
Inspection time
inspect_tm
Notes
notes
Active
active
created_user
created_user
created_date
created_date
GlobalID
globalid
LifeCycle
lifecycle
last_edited_user
last_edited_user
last_edited_date
last_edited_date
Common name
common
DBHOriginal
dbhoriginal
Ward
ward

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