Christmas Tree Recycling
Real Christmas Trees are biodegradable, which means they can be easily reused or recycled for mulch and other purposes. Learn about the many ways that Real Christmas Trees are being recycled and reused in communities nationwide.
COPPELL: Details Here
- Recycling collection day is every Wednesday.
- Unflocked Christmas trees will be picked up after decorations have been removed.
FLOWER MOUND: Details Here
Free Christmas tree recycling from 9 am to 6 pm December 26 through January 6 at Gerault Park, 1200 Gerault Road. The recycling program will be offered to residents only, and will not be available to commercial Christmas tree businesses. Residents who would like mulch are encouraged to bring their own containers.
GRAPEVINE: Details Here
Details at the link provided are for last year. Updates will be provided as they become available.
HIGHLAND VILLAGE: Details Here
- December 26 – January 3 – Unity Park, 2200 Briarhill Blvd.
- Drop trees off in Kids Kastle parking lot.
LEWISVILLE: Details Here
Starting Dec. 10 and running through Jan. 15, live Christmas trees can be dropped off at Lewisville Lake Park soccer fields (near Lake Park Road and North Mill Street) to be recycled into mulch.
Free mulch will be available at the drop-off site between Dec. 26 and Jan. 30, suitable for use in yards, gardens and flower beds, walkways, around trees and shrubs, or for livestock bedding.
Trees can be set out on bulk pick up days.
SOUTHLAKE: Details Here
Drop off your bare tree (without decorations or a base) at Bicentennial Park at 450 West Southlake Boulevard. The city will turn the tree into wood chips.
- Drop-off: December 14, 2018 – January 13, 2019
- Mulch Pickup: January 18 – 25, 2019
NOTE: We’re still receiving details from local cities and towns, and will post updates HERE as they become available. If your city or town isn’t listed, please contact them directly.