Contact: Public Works - 9
Loveland residents are invited and encouraged to recycle their Christmas trees. Tree recycling is easy, reduces landfill waste and provides needed mulch for Loveland’s parks. Last year, approximately 5,000 Christmas trees were recycled into 500+ cubic yards of beneficial mulch. This service is provided free of charge.
Please prepare the tree for recycling by removing all ornaments, tinsel, lights, nails, screws, wire, tree stands and bags.
Tree drop-off sites:
- South side: Centennial Park - W. First and Taft Avenue (in the parking lot north of First Street, just west of Swift Field).
- North side: Kroh Park - North Highway 287 and 52nd Street (adjacent to the Habitat for Humanity location).
- West side: Loveland Recycling Center - off First Street & Wilson Avenue - Residents must provide a current Yard Waste Debris Permit in order to dispose of their Christmas tree for free at the Recycling Center.
The Recycle Center is CLOSED on Mondays, on Christmas, Dec. 25 and New Years Day, Jan. 1, 2018.
Regular hours are Tuesday-Sunday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Drop-off sites are open daily from sun-up until sun-down between Dec. 22 and Jan. 31, 2018. Signs will direct participants to appropriate drop-off areas.