(Victorville) — Good news! Your Christmas tree can now be put out for curbside collection!
Remove wooden or metal stands, wire, nails, and any other objects from natural trees before putting at the curb. The “live” trees are going to be chipped and used for mulch. Wooden stands, decorations, and/or any metal objects create hazards when run through chipping machine, so please make sure your tree is clean!
Put the tree at the curb (not in the can) on your pick up day. DO NOT put your tree in the trash or recycle can.
Note: Natural, un-flocked trees will be collected by a separate truck that may stop by your house earlier or later than the trash or recycle trucks. Be sure to have your tree at the curb by 6 a.m.
NOTE: This program is for residential customers on cart service only. No businesses or bin customers.
Natural, un-flocked trees—remove all decorations, stands, etc. These trees will be collected separately
from trash and will then be turned into mulch.
Flocked or artificial trees will also be accepted, but they will be collected as trash.
Do not put trees in plastic bags.
Trees over 6 feet tall must be cut in half.
Put your tree out on your service day. Trees will be collected during the weeks of December 27th and
January 3rd on your normal pick up day.
Note: Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays fall on a Saturday this year, so there will be NO DELAY
for trash or recycling. Trash and recyclables will be picked up on your regular day.
What If I Missed Curbside Tree Pick-Up? After January 7th, residents of single-family homes can call
Victorville Disposal Company at 245-8607 to schedule a free bulky item pick up of trees.
Is There A Place To Drop Off Trees For Free? Residents can also drop off natural, un-flocked trees for
FREE at American Organics at 20055 Shay Road, in Victorville, through January 31, 2011. American
Organics is open Monday through Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The free drop off at American Organics is for residents only. Charges will apply to businesses or tree lots. Call American Organics at 760- 246-7946 for more information.
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