How to get rid of your Christmas tree

Here is information about recycling Christmas trees this weekend.

Bothell

Pick up: Saturday, Puget Park Drive, 148th Street SE.

Pick up: Saturday, 180th Street SE, Bothell-Everett Highway, 196th Street SE, Grannis Road, 35th Avenue SE, and Maltby Road.

Edmonds

Drop off: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, 21405 82nd Place W., Edmonds. Troop 300.

Drop off: Boy Scout Troop 189 will provide Christmas tree recycling 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of Serene Lake Elementary, 4709 Picnic Point Road. A cash donation is appreciated.

Pick up: Put trees at the curb by 8 a.m. Saturday, neighborhoods south of 224th Street SW from Lake Ballinger to Woodway and then up and including the south end of downtown Edmonds along Edmonds Way. Troop 367.

Attach the door hanger to the tree with a rubber band. Donation checks can be made out to Troop 367 and an adult representative will collect it at your door.

Everett

Pick up: Put trees out by 8 a.m. Saturday. Mail donations in the envelope that was left on the porch.

Drop off: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Thornton A. Sullivan Park at Silver Lake. Troop 20.

Granite Falls

Pick up: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday in the city limits. No tinsel, no flocking. Attach donation to the tree in an envelope.

Drop off: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Granite Falls Community Center, 101 E. Pioneer St. Troop 28.

Lake Stevens area

Pick up: Follow directions left on your porch.

Drop off: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Mount Pilchuck Elementary School, 12806 20th St. NE, or at Lake Stevens Middle School, 1031 91st Ave. SE, unincorporated Everett.

Lynnwood

Pick up: Within the city limits, have tree to the curb by 8 a.m. Saturday or Sunday. Checks can be made out to Troop 304 and placed in the envelope left at the door.

Residents can either mail the check in the envelope, or fasten securely to the tree. No flocked trees, tinsel, tree stands or nails.

Drop off: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, one block north of 196th Street SW on 56th Avenue W, just west of Wilcox Park, 5215 196th St. SW.

Marysville area

Pick up: Place tree at curb by 8 a.m. Saturday, minus decorations and tinsel. No flocked trees. Maryville Parks and Recreation is working with many local Boy Scout troops on the project. Donations requested.

Drop off: Bring trees to Jennings Park, 6915 Armor Road, to be made into park department mulch. Donations appreciated. Troops 80, 81, 82, 84 and 419.

Mukilteo:

Pick up: Saturday Old Town Mukilteo north of 84th Street (Boeing Freeway) around to Merrill Parkway and Ring Creek

Pick up: Saturday, Picnic Lane Point Road, Picnic Point Road, Shelby Road, 148th Street SW. Lake Serene Elementary School including Picnic Point.

Pick up: Saturday, Serene Lake, Lake Stickney and Harbour Pointe and along the Mukilteo Speedway, Picnic Point Road, 148th Street SW, Ash Way, Gibson Road, Mukilteo Speedway, and Harbour Pointe Road.

Snohomish

Pick up: Neighborhoods around Seattle Hill Elementary School, 12711 51st Ave. SE, by Troop 137 and Cub Scout Pack 3. Trees should be placed on the curb by 9 a.m. Saturday. A donation of $5 per tree is suggested.

Troop 9 also will pick up in the following neighborhoods: Highlands East, north and south divisions, and condominiums; Willow Creek; and MonteVista.

Pickup will be Saturday; please have trees to the curb by 9 a.m. Suggested donation is $8. Questions or for special arrangements 360-668-2419.

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