A Birth, A Tree Program

 

What is the "One Birth, One Tree" Program?

The City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is proud to welcome the arrival of a child by offering a tree to his/her family. This program is for families residing in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue who have adopted or given birth to a child in the last year.

By accepting this gift, new parents contribute to the history of the community, in addition to beautifying our living environment and providing a healthier environment for future generations.

The tree will be planted on the family’s property or in a public place within the city.  

The "One Birth, One Tree" program helps improve the quality of life in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue in the same way as the “One Birth, One Book” program.

 

How to make a request?

If you have adopted or given birth to a child this year and would like to receive a tree in commemoration, please fill out this form and return it:

By email: info@sadb.qc.ca
In person: City Hall - 109 Rue Sainte-Anne

New parents must provide a photocopy of proof of residency and proof of birth or adoption.

Registration deadline for this year is September 6th. The tree will be presented on Ecology Day.