Christmas tree recycling locations in Sedgwick County

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

Sedgwick County began its annual Christmas tree recycling program four days before Christmas Day.

Live trees can be dropped off at 10 locations in Wichita and 12 more around the county through January 23. All decorations should be removed before discarding the tree.

Free mulch will be available at all Sedgwick County recycling locations. An announcement from the county noted Haysville operates its own drop-off site, and other towns may as well.

Wichita

  • Boston Park - 6655 E. Zimmerly
  • Buffalo Park - 10209 Hardtner
  • College Hill UMC - 1st & Erie
  • Earhart Magnet School - 4401 N. Arkansas
  • Edgemoor Park - 5815 E. 9th
  • Extension Center - 7001 w. 21st St. North
  • Great Plains Nature Center - 6236 E. 29th N.
  • Cowtown - 1865 Museum Blvd. 
  • Osage Park - 2121 W. 31st South
  • S. Linwood Park - Hydraulic & Mt. Vernon

Sedgwick County

  • Cheney - South Avenue and Garfield
  • Clearwater - Aquatic Center parking lot
  • Colwich - 115 N. 3rd
  • Derby - 2801 E. James
  • Garden Plain - water tower
  • Goddard - Means Park
  • Kechi - 107 Sioux Street
  • Maize - 201 S. Park
  • Mount Hope - 400 S. Thomas
  • Mulvane - 117 E. Main Street
  • Park City - 6801 S. Hydraulic
  • Valley Center - Veterans Park 

For more information, call (316) 660-7200 or click here.

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