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Stockton Christmas Tree Curbside Collection

(Stockton, CA) – Between December 26 and January 15 annually, city of Stockton residents may place discarded Christmas trees next to waste collection or garbage cart(s) for collection on regularly scheduled pick-up days. Service providers will remove the Christmas tree and recycle all trees that can be recycled.

Trees placed curbside must have all tinsel, metal ornaments and metal stands removed. Trees over six feet in length must be cut into lengths of less than six feet. Flocked or fireproofed trees may also be placed at curbside for collection; however, these trees will not be recycled.

Trees placed curbside after scheduled pick-up days in the second week of January will not be collected. For questions about curbside tree or garbage and waste collection, please contact the appropriate service provider Allied Waste (brown carts) at (209) 466-3604 or Waste Management (green carts) at (209) 946-5711.

Information provided by the City of Stockton

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