Birmingham– From December 26- January 10, folks can drop off clean trees at The Birmingham Zoo
Cullman– The Aquaculture Center of Gadsden State Community College will not be accepting bare trees this year. Call Dr.Hammer at (256) 549-8345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Gardendale– Old Christmas trees are picked up curbside and are chipped by the city as part of their normal landscaping and yard debris removal service. Mulch generated goes to Gardendale city landscaping.
Homewood– The Homewood Public Library provides drop-off locations for clean trees from December 26- January 18 anytime. Email email@example.com for further information. Trees can also be recycled at 175 Citation Court in westHomewood.
Shelby County– Trees can be dropped off at any of the locations below from Dec. 27-Jan. 4● Heardmont Park on Cahaba Valley Road on U.S. 119● Chelsea City Hall● Ray Building on Highway 70 in Columbiana● AmStar Theatre at the Alabaster Colonnade● Pelham City Park, at the U.S. 31/ 119 entrance
Tuscaloosa– Bare trees can be dropped off during the two weeks following Christmas at the City’s Environmental Services Department at 3440 Kauloosa Avenue Tuscaloosa, AL 35401. The mulch from trees are used for landscaping projects around town or erosion projects around waterways.
Vestavia– Residents can put bare trees alongside yard waste and the city will dispose of it accordingly. (The Boy Scouts will not be recycling Christmas trees at Scout Square, because Alabama Power is unable to pick them up this year.)