Cherry Hills Village Colorado Tree Service

residential and commercial tree trimming and pruning services

The Cherry Hills Village area has many large estates with tree-filled landscapes. DLC Arbor has been privileged to serve homeowners there since 1980. To set up an appointment, please call 303-378-8000 or email us at We are a BBB accredited business.

During the Great Depression in the 1930s, a cluster of “country homes” was built near the Cherry Hills Country club. This was the beginning of Cherry Hills Village, which was incorporated in the 1940s after the war. Cherry Hills Village has hosted the U.S. Women’s Open plus two PGA Championships in 1941 and 1985. Unfortunately, the Japanese beetle is now making its way out of Cherry Hills Village into the Metro Area. In the grub stage, this beetle is a lawn insect, and as an adult in summer it damages foliar plants from trees and vines to potted flowers. To discuss insect control options with the experts at DLC Arbor, click here.

Cottonwood Tree Removal

One particular tree that is often found in older Denver area neighborhoods is the cottonwood tree. Many builders and homeowners planted this type of tree to provide a quick source of much needed shade. The cottonwood is often associated with Colorado. Although it’s a lovely tree, it can become huge and drink up to 100 gallons of water each day. If you have cottonwoods or other trees on your property that might be candidates for removal, click here to contact DLC Arbor for more information about our tree removal and stump grinding services.

Treat Your Ash Trees Now

About 15 - 20 percent of the urban forest in Cherry Hills is made up of ash trees. The mature ash trees in Cherry Hills Village are valuable assets that should be protected from the emerald ash borer (EAB). It is recommended by the Colorado State Forest Service and local foresters that mature ash trees should be treated for EAB since American ash trees have no immunity on their own. This tree pest has decimated tens of millions of ash trees east of the Mississippi River. Now that the EAB is doing damage in Colorado, they need to be protected by trunk injections. DLC Arbor’s budget-friendly recommendation is to protect your ash trees from the EAB, lilac borers and other ash tree pests. For the latest news on the EAB, click here.