Green Riyadh

Green Riyadh is one of Riyadh’s four mega projects launched by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz, on 19 March 2019. The project will be a milestone that contributes to fulfilling a key goal of Vision 2030 to promote Riyadh’s position among the world’s top 100 most livable cities.

7.5 million trees will be planted across Riyadh city in 3,330 neighborhood gardens, 43 parks, 9,000 mosques, 6,000 schools, 64 universities, 390 healthcare facilities and 1,670 public facilities. Trees will also line 16,400 kilometers of streets and roads, 2,000 car parking sites, 1,100 kilometers of green belts including utilities lines (pylons, oil pipelines, etc.), 175,000 plots of empty land and 272 kilometers of valleys.

Project Objectives

Sub Projects

PROJECT01

Neighborhood Parks and Gardens

PROJECT02

City Parks

PROJECT03

Green Neighborhoods

PROJECT04

Water Reuse Network

PROJECT05

Center of Excellency and Nurseries

Green Riyadh in Numbers

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