BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — City of Boca Raton residents are being encouraged to recycle their Christmas Trees.
Starting today (December 26th) through January 18th, residents may drop off their trees at 751 Banyan Trail which is adjacent to the “Mizner Bark” dog park.
Trees must be completely clean — so pack up those ornaments for another year.
The trees will be mulchified and spread throughout Boca as a memory of the 2013 Christmas Season.
If you'd rather just leave your tree outside — that's okay, too. City officials say trees will be collected on your regular vegitation pickup day — just leave the tree on the swale in front of your home.
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