Here’s What To Do With Your Real Christmas Tree

Wednesday December 30th, 2020

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Now that the Christmas holidays are nearing an end, many will be taking down their decorations.

If you have a real tree, each local municipality has a different way to dispose of it.

Each ask that trees are free of decorations, bulbs, tinsel, and lights prior to collection.

Windsor:
A Christmas tree and yard waste collection will be provided in mid January. You are asked to refer to your collection calendar.

Tecumseh:
Collection will begin Monday, January 11th. Put your tree out on your scheduled day of garbage pick up.

Amherstburg:
Two special Christmas tree collection days are planned for Monday, January 4th and Monday, January 11th for the entire town. Place your tree at the curb on either day.

Leamington:
Christmas tree collection will be held on January 4th and January 5th. Residents are asked to place their tree at the end of their driveway no later than 7am.

Lakeshore:
Christmas Trees can be dropped off at any of the following locations until January 31st:

  • Comber Community Centre
  • Centennial Park
  • Leffler Park
  • Fire Station #2
  • Woodslee Memorial Park

LaSalle:
Christmas Trees are to be doped off at one of the following locations:

  • River Canard Park (Malden Road)
  • Gil Maure Park (Front Road)
  • Optimist Park (Victory Street)
  • Heritage Park (Heritage Drive)
  • Vince Marcotte Park (LaSalle Street and Normandy Road)
  • Public Words Building

Essex:
Residents may drop off live Christmas trees at one of the designated municipal locations until January 30th:

  • Co-An Park Parking Lot (11071 Concession 11, McGregor Centre)
  • Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Kinsmen Field House Parking Lot (120 Fairview Avenue West, Essex Centre)

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