One New, One Old Location For Christmas Tree Drop-off

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Retired Burbank Fire Captain Glen Haws shows by example it's time to recycle your Christmas Tree. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The temperature is rising for December and with only a day left, it’s also a good time this weekend to recycle your dried out Christmas Tree.

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Retired Burbank Fire Captain Glen Haws shows by example it's time to recycle your Christmas Tree. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The City of Burbank is providing a couple of ways to complete this task, you can take your old tree without any metal stands to Verdugo Park Parking lot or this year at

McCambridge Park on the Andover Drive side and the city will mulch them into compost. Because of construction in the area, no tree drop-off is being held at Brace Park this year.

The other easy way is to just add it to you regular curbside trash this next couple of weeks and the city will pic them up there also.

This year the normal Christmas Tree recycle loacation at Brace Park has MOVED to McCambridge Park. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

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