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How to Dispose of a Christmas Tree if You Live in Los Angeles

December 27, 2014 by Brian Champlin

Well, the season is passing us by and soon every angeleno and their mother will be taking down the ornaments and looking to get their now dying symbol of the Yuletide out of their house as soon as possible.

So what’s the best way for you to dispose of your Christmas tree if you live in Los Angeles?

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If you have L.A. city trash service that includes green bins, you can simply cut up the trees and put the assorted parts into the green bin. Trees that are on the curb next to the green bin on the regularly scheduled trash day will also be collected by city trash crews.

Trashed Christmas Tree

Photo Credit: Ross McLain via flickr

For those without green bins the city has provided a list of dropoff centers that will be accepting trees for one day, on Jan. 4 from 9am to 4pm.

Here’s the list, per the L.A. Times:

Baldwin Hills: Rancho Cienega Recreation Center 5001 Rodeo Road

Encino Balboa Sports Center 17015 Burbank Blvd.

Griffith Park / Los Angeles Zoo parking lot Junction of 5 and 134 freeways

Rancho Park: Cheviot Hills Recreation Center2551 Motor Ave.

Sunland Park: 8651 Foothill Blvd.

Westchester Municipal Building 7166 West Manchester Ave.

Bel-Air Fire Station No. 71107 S. Beverly Glen Blvd.

Crenshaw Fire Station No. 944470 Coliseum St.

Cypress ParkFire Station No. 441410 Cypress Ave.

Hancock Park Fire Station No. 294029 W. Wilshire Blvd.

Hollywood Fire Station No. 825769 Hollywood Blvd.

Franklin CanyonF ire Station No. 10812520 Mulholland Dr.

Porter Ranch Fire Station No. 2811641 Corbin Ave.

Sherman Oaks Fire Station No. 885101 N. Sepulveda Blvd.

South Los Angeles Fire Station No. 211192 E. 51st St.

South Los Angeles Fire Station No. 6410811 S. Main St.

Sun Valley Fire Station No. 779224 Sunland Blvd.

Watts Fire Station No. 651801 E. Century Blvd.

West Hills Fire Station No. 10623004 Roscoe Blvd

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