Recycle your Christmas tree at Carmel Valley Recreation Center

If you are ready to recycle your Christmas tree, the city of San Diego is ready for you.

The city is accepting trees between Dec. 26 and Jan. 23.

There are 16 drop off locations available to city of San Diego residents along with curbside pickup for people with curbside yard waste collection.

Locally, the closest dropoff location is at the Carmel Valley Recreation Center, 3777 Townsgate Drive, San Diego, 92130, lower parking lot.

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