If you had ash trees that were not marked for removal, they are likely infested, but not yet showing signs of EAB. There are chemical trunk injections available that protect ash trees from EAB and the City offers a reduced-cost program to assist residents in preserving their shade. If a tree has 30% dieback or less, there is the possibility an ash tree can be treated and saved. Earlier is always better. Visit the City’s webpage on how to Prepare for EAB in Your Yard. If trees are not treated they will die from EAB, and if they remain standing they will be marked by Forestry staff, hopefully before they become brittle and hazardous.