Christmas trees can be recycled beginning January 2, 2018 by dropping them off at either Hafer Park or Mitch Park by January 19, 2018. Trees are chipped, and free mulch is available for residents to pick up at both parks after January 31, 2018.
Drop Off Locations
Drop off your Christmas tree at:
Hafer Park - upper-level parking lot adjacent to Bryant Avenue.
Mitch Park - On the South end of the West parking lot adjacent to Marilyn Williams (directly across from the MAC)
The trees will be chipped, so please remove all tree stands, nails and ornaments. Commercial accounts, Christmas tree lots and other businesses will need to dispose of their trees by dropping them off at one of the two drop-off locations.
Schedule Tree Collection
If you can't drop off your tree, residential customers can schedule a special, free collection the week before January 8. Call the tree-cycling hotline at (405) 359-4701 between December 30 and January 5th to be placed on the schedule. Collection will be provided during the week starting Monday, January 8 and ending Friday, January 12.
When placing your tree out for collection, please do not cover your water meter.
Trees may not necessarily be picked up on normal trash collection day. So, those who have called the hotline must place their tree at the curb before 7:00 am January 8 to be included in this collection.
If You Miss the Special Collection:
Cut your tree into smaller pieces and place it in your cart for regular collection. Ensure that no debris is sticking out of the closed container.
Schedule a monthly, bulk collection for January by calling Utility Customer Services at (405) 359-4541 beginning January 2. The bulk collection fee is $10 per cubic yard for the first two cubic yards and $5 for each additional cubic yard.
Take your tree to the Transfer Station located at I-35 and Covell Road for disposal. The charge for disposal of a Christmas tree is $5.