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 the Saudi Vision 2030 to promote Riyadh’s position among the world’s top 100 most livable cities.

Green Riyadh project aims to increase the city’s per capita green space from 1.7 to 28 square meters which is 16 times compared to the current and increase the total green coverage in the city from 1.5% to 9%.. This will be through planting 7.5 million trees and creating new green spaces in Riyadh and its surroundings.

Planting 7.5 million trees will be 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. Also, will be across 16,400 km of streets and roads, 2000 car parking sites, 1,100 km green belts along utilities lines (power stations oil pipelines, etc.), 175,000 square km of empty land and 272 km valleys.


Main Projects


Neighborhood parks and gardens


City parks


Green Neighborhoods

Green Riyadh in Numbers

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