The Jefferson County Road and Bridge South Shop will be recycling holiday trees this year at no cost to residents. There is a 24-hour drop location outside the main gate of the shop, located at 9509 West Ute Avenue in Littleton.
Only real trees will be accepted. Please remove all decorations from the tree and drop it off where the signs are posted.
The Road and Bridge Shop will be accepting the trees until Sunday, January 31, 2016.
Road & Bridge District II Shop
Rick wrote: WTH is a holiday tree?
A pine tree that is either plastic or real, in which people decorate for christmas. But the people who sell them call them holiday trees instead of christmas trees, because they didnt want to offend anyone, except people who celebreate christmas. So it won't offend anyone who doesnt celebrate christmas even though it offends everyone who celebrates christmas. Who ever came up with this idea of calling it a holiday tree should get a punch in the face and a CHRISTMAS TREE UP THE A$$.
We just wanted to let everyone know about the Christmas Tree Recycling available today (and next Saturday too) at our neighbor, Evergreen Lutheran Church. The FREE tree recycling event is put together by EAS+Y (Evergreen's Alliance for Sustainability) for our community. Volunteers will be accepting trees for recycling from 9am-5pm today (and next Saturday). Trees must be free of all decorations including tinsel. For more info, visit www.evergreeneasy.org .
After the holidays, EAS+Y arranges for FREE tree recycling at the Evergreen Lutheran Church on Hwy 73 (2 miles south of the stoplight in Evergreen) for the two weeks after New Years. Lam Tree Service chips the trees and offers the mulch for FREE later that month.
2015/2016 dates are January 2nd and January 9th (the first two Saturdays in January) between 9am-5pm.