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Donovan arborists operates across the Denver, CO metro area. Wee service residential, commercial and HOA-operated properties. Our expert tree and landscape maintenance services are available year-round…because that’s what trees require. If you need professional tree trimming, tree planting or advice about your trees, Call us at 303.623.8733. We’re the certified and experienced arborist you need!

Cherry Hills Village

Cherry Hills Village

As one of the most affluent towns in America (Business Insider, 2009), Cherry Hills Village was named for a grove of cherry trees. The private golf course dating back to 1922 is described as a parkland course in Linksmagazine.com: “Much of its beauty and some of its strategy and challenge come courtesy of its trees.

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Englewood

Englewood

Englewood’s beginnings trace back to gold panning when in the mid-1800s, prospectors on their way to California stopped to pan the South Platte River. William Green Russell of Georgia and a dozen other miners found gold in the South Platte River, and established a Placer Camp near the confluence of Little Dry Creek and the South Platte River in the spot that eventually became Englewood.

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Greenwood Village

Greenwood Village

Until Covid19 made a wholesale change to lives worldwide in 2020, it was easy to forget that health was the reason that an estimated 1/3rd of Colorado’s earliest settlers came to the state for health reasons.

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Highlands Ranch

Highlands Ranch

Highlands Ranch is 24.29 square miles large with a population of 96,713. But before it was sold to Mission Viejo Company in 1978 to become a planned community, it was farming and ranch land with a sparce population, mostly farm hands.

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Centennial

Centennial

If you’ve shopped Ikea locally, you’ve been to Centennial, CO. The international Scandinavian retailer opened its blue building in 2011, the 38th store and the second largest in the US. Sales generated at the 415,000-square-foot store, was estimate before opening to bring at least $2 million in tax revenue to Centennial that engaged

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Littleton

Littleton

With a 2020 population of 50,507, Littleton is the 20th most populous city in Colorado and the 782nd in the United States. The tree-lined streets make it an idyllic community that has a particular affinity for trees.

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Lakewood

Lakewood

Got trees? In Lakewood? Then you are one of the nearly 157,000 city residents enjoying them. This is a municipality where trees are treasured.

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Arvada

Arvada

Two years after gold was discovered in California, a pioneer from Georgia, Lewis Ralston, struck gold near the mouth of Clear Creek. It was 1850 and the find was worth about $5. His companions named christened the stream Ralston’s Creek in his honor. Ralston’s eponymous creek is one of many landmarks named for the man, but little else is known about him. History buffs have been unable to locate any photos of him. The one book about Ralston, “Ralston’s Gold,” places him back in Georgia in 1863 where at 59 he joined the Confederate army.

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Wheat Ridge

Wheat Ridge

Wheat Ridge was a rest stop for miners headed to mountain gold camps as early as 1849. It was later named Wheat Ridge for the golden ridges of wheat noted by travelers passing along the Overland Trail. The wheat fields subsequently were replaced by fruit orchards and vegetable fields, and later greenhouses were built to grow carnations, the largest production in the world, earning Wheat Ridge the title of “Carnation City.” Tradition has it that a bouquet of carnations were sent to the White House in Washington D.C. each week.

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GREEN MOUNTAIN

GREEN MOUNTAIN

Four miles west of city center in Lakewood is Green Mountain. The 6,854-foot mesa summit in William Frederick Hayden Park is where the mountains meet the plains. Covered in scrub grasses and shrubs, cacti and yucca, there are no trees. The park is 2400 acres large and linked by hiking trails to nearby landmarks including Dinosaur Ridge and Red Rocks Amphitheatre, world famous for dinosaur tracks and bones and celebrity performing artists, respectively.

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BOW MAR

BOW MAR

The biggest square mile of impact in metro Denver is called Bow Mar, named for two nearby lakes, Bowles Lake and Marston Lake. With its own private beach with plenty of sand and lake, beachfront sand and a yacht club, tennis courts and 1-acre lots, an inordinate number of second and third-generation homeowners live here. The trees are as much a legacy to the area as the people.

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We offer free estimates for tree planting, pruning, removal, cabling and bracing. We also specialize in trimming, transplanting and fertilizing shrubs and bushes. Contact us now, we are ready to help you.

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