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Christmas Tree Disposal
Victorville Disposal will collect flocked and unflocked Christmas trees from curbside from January 2-13, 2023 on customers' regular trash collection day. Make sure your tree is at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on your regular trash day for pickup. Christmas trees will be collected by a separate truck that may stop by your house earlier or later than the trash or recycle trucks.
Curbside collection is for residential customers on cart (barrel) service only. A flier about the program is here.
All tree stands (including wooden stands), decorations, plastic bags, and ornaments must be removed from the trees. Trees taller than eight feet tall must be cut in half. Trees will be collected separately from regular trash and will be turned into mulch, so it is important that they be "clean" before placement at the curb.
Artificial trees that need to be disposed of can be cut down to size and placed in trash carts. Or residents of single-family houses with artificial trees can call Victorville Disposal at 760-245-8607 to schedule free bulky item collection.
NOTE: After January 13, residents of single family homes can call Victorville Disposal at (760) 245-8607 to schedule a free bulky item pick up for their Christmas tree.
FREE DROP-OFF OF CHRISTMAS TREES THROUGH JANUARY 31, 2023. All City of Victorville residents (including residents of apartments and mobile homes) can drop off Christmas trees (natural, flocked, and/or artificial) at the City of Victorville Recycling Drop-off Center, 15164 Anacapa Rd. through January 31, 2023. The Drop-off Center is open M-F, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. Natural trees need to have stands and decorations removed. They will be ground up into mulch. Please bring a photo ID and current utility bill showing your service address (in the City of Victorville) for free tree drop-off.