City of Victorville residents will be able to recycle Christmas trees at the curb after the holidays. the City's hauler, Victorville Disposal, will be picking up trees at curbside from January 6th through January 17, 2020 on customers' regular trash collection day. This program is for residential customers on cart (barrel) service only.
Natural, flocked, and artificial trees will be collected. Trees taller than 6 feet tall must be cut in half. All tree stands (including wooden stands), decorations, plastic bags, and ornaments must be removed from each tree. Natural trees will be collected separately from regular trash and will be turned into mulch.
Miss the pick-up? Residents of single-family homes can still get their trees collected by ordering a free bulky item pickup for their Christmas tree. Please call Burrtec Waste at (760) 245-8607 to schedule your Christmas tree pick-up.
In addition, all City of Victorville residents can drop off clean, natural, unflocked trees at American Organics for FREE. American Organics is located at 20055 Shay Road in Victorville through January 31. Shay Road is off of Phantom Road East, which is off of Air Expressway, near the Southern California Logistics Airport.
American Organics is usually open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Call American Organics at (760) 246-7946 for directions and to verify hours. As of July 2019, American Organics is closed on Saturdays due to construction until further notice. Get their flier here for more info.