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Christmas Tree Pickup is January 7th

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PRESS RELEASE | The City of Springfield’s Office of Public Works will pick up natural fir and evergreen Christmas trees within the corporate city limits of Springfield that are set out at the curb no later than 7:00 a.m. on Monday, January 7, 2019. Trees are to be placed at the curb for pick up and not to impede the flow of traffic. Crews will make one pass through the neighborhoods beginning January 7. After this date, residents should contact their waste haulers for disposal.

Trees cannot have any flocking, ornaments, tinsel, decorations or wooden tree stands nailed to the bottom of the trees. Likewise, garland and wreaths with wire cannot be accepted. Flocked Christmas trees cannot be recycled, but instead should be placed with your garbage for your waste hauler to remove.

If you have questions about this program, contact the City’s Office of Public Works at 217.789.2255.

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