Still hanging on to your Christmas tree from this year and unsure what is the correct way to dispose of it? There are quite a few options available to you throughout Indianapolis, Fishers, Carmel, Noblesville and all of the surrounding areas.
From Tuesday, December 26th, 2017 through Wednesday, January 31st, 2018, live Christmas trees can be dropped off from dusk until dawn at the designated locations within the nine Indy Parks listed below.
Broad Ripple Park (1610 Broad Ripple Ave.) south lot
Ellenberger Park (5301 E. St. Clair St.) east of pool in main parking lot
Garfield Park (2432 Conservatory Drive) in front of the MacAllister Center
Gustafson Park (3110 Moller Road) near the front entrance
Krannert Park (605 S. High School Road) north parking lot
Northwestway Park (5253 W. 62nd St.) north parking lot
Perry Park (451 E. Stop 11 Road) soccer field parking lot
Riverside Park (2420 E. Riverside Drive) tennis court parking lot
- Sahm Park (6801 E. 91st St.) soccer field parking lot
Fishers Christmas Tree Recycling program runs dawn to dusk through February 1. Live Christmas trees will be accepted for recycling at the following locations:
- Brooks School Park (parking lot, gated area)
- Cumberland Park (first parking lot)
- Roy G. Holland Memorial Park (parking lot, gated area)
Christmas tree pick up is included in the regular trash program in Carmel at no additional cost to residents. Christmas trees should be cut in half and laid next to the trash cart on the day of regular pickup.
Republic Services will collect Christmas trees in Noblesville from Monday, December 26 until Friday, January 13, 2017. Trees must be cut into sections of no more than four feet per section and placed inside the trash cart so that the automated arm of the trucks will be able to place them in the truck. Trees will be collected on the same day and in the same location as residents’ trash/recycle collection.
Christmas tree pickup begins January 6th. Ray’s Trash will collect Christmas trees on regularly scheduled trash pickup days. Trees over 4 feet must be cut in half and should not be bagged.