The valuation of our urban forests is an important step in their recognition as an integral part of our urban infrastructure. Such valuations, whether as part of a special report like that of TD Economics, or through academic works, contribute to a growing list of literature that supports the continued inventory and monitoring of urban trees.  One such tool for assessing and managing community forests is i-Tree, a USDA Forest Service software that quantifies the environmental services provided by urban trees. This type of assessment gives communities the ability to set priorities for more effective decision-making.