How to Recycle Holiday Trees in Natomas

Photo by Deann Titone

Photo by Deann Titone

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Natomas residents who are residential yard waste customers may place their holiday trees on the curb for recycling.

The last day trees can go out for collection is Jan. 31, 2014. Trees will be picked up with other loose-in-the-street yard waste (details here).

Trees should be clean of all lights, tinsel, decorations and have no stand attached. Flocked trees will be accepted.

The city will collect up to five trees per residence. Loads in excess of five trees will only be accepted at the Elder Creek Recovery & Transfer Station, Kiefer Landfill or North Area Recovery Station.

Those who miss the citywide tree collection may put trees into yard waste containers by cutting the trees into pieces which fit completely into the container with the lid closed. It will be picked up on the next regularly scheduled day.

Those living in an apartment building or condo may dispose of trees for free on specific dates at one of the centers listed at

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