Kirkland Encourages You to “Tree-cycle”

 

The City of Kirkland offers the following “tree-cycling” tips and a reminder about garbage and recycling collection in case of inclement weather:

Free Curbside pickup by Waste Management, Inc.:  Whole, unflocked trees will be collected from Tuesday, January 3 to Friday, January 13, by Waste Management at no additional costs. Please remove all tinsel and lights from the tree. For residents with curbside waste collection, place your tree next to your grey yard waste cart on your regular collection day.  For residents in apartments and condos, place your tree next to your garbage cart(s) or dumpster(s).

 

Holiday Tree-Cycling Options: Boy Scout Troop 570 Christmas Tree-Cycle Fundraiser:  Boy Scout Troop 570 will be collecting and recycling Christmas trees on January 7 and 8 for a suggested donation of $15. Christmas tree pick up is available in parts of Juanita, Norkirk, and Highlands or there is a tree drop off site at McAuliffe Park.  For more information,

http://members.doubleknot.com/BSATroop570/christmas_trees.htm

 

Reminder in case of inclement weather:  If Waste Management does not collect your garbage, recycled materials, or yard waste on a day of inclement weather, please remove your carts from the sidewalk or street. The following week, Waste Management will collect two weeks' worth of materials at no extra cost. For more details on the City’s website at www.kirklandwa.gov (Search: Bad Weather Collection).

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