Del Mar to remove Torrey Pine trees from Seagrove Park

The City of Del Mar will be removing two Torrey Pine trees from Seagrove Park. The tree removals are required due to the trees’ declining physical condition and their subsequent hazard presented to park visitors, according to the city. Public Works is collaborating with the Parks and Recreation Committee and the Del Mar Garden Club to select appropriate replacement trees. Additional recent park enhancements include a Seagrove Park planting area and a new cable fence adjacent to the Tot-Lot.

The public may contact the City of Del Mar’s Public Works Department at GroupPublicWorks@delmar.ca.us, or contact Public Works Deputy Director Joe Bride at 858-755-3294, with any questions related to the enhancements at Seagrove Park.

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