Well, I thought, I've got this one right, as I have the Parks Board's name on the tag of this street tree. But I see that it might be an Acer rubrum cultivar called 'Bowhall' as developed by Scanlon (I see one place that lists a 'Bowhall'/Scanlon, called "Bowhall maple"). Or maybe the cultivar name is really 'Bowhall/Scanlon', as it's shown on the tag and on Specimen Trees' website. There's also a cultivar called 'Scanlon', so as 'Bowhall/Scanlon', could it also be some sort of cross between the two? It was good of them to leave the tag on anyway. I was surprised just to learn that it's a red maple. Looks like it should be a good street tree.