Danbury Live Christmas Tree Pickup

December 28, 2019

The City continues live Christmas tree pickup program in New Year

The City of Danbury will begin picking up live Christmas trees on Thursday, January 2, 2020.

Residents must place their live trees curbside for pick-up.

Please note that everything must be removed from the tree in order for it to be picked up. We will not accept trees still containing decorations, tinsel, lights, tree stands or other items.

This program is for LIVE trees only. No artificial trees will be picked up.

The City’s Highway Department will pick-up trees through January 31st, weather permitting.  Residents are encouraged to place their live trees curbside as close to January 2nd as possible to assure your tree is picked up while the trucks are in your neighborhood.  There is no set schedule for this free program.

Live Christmas trees can also be dropped-off free of charge for Danbury residents, as “wood waste” at Ferris Mulch Products, located on Plumtrees Road.  Call 203-790-1155 for times and more information, or you can visit their website at www.ferrismulchproducts.com.

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