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(January 2, 2020)
More than a dozen locations are now open for Christmas tree recycling.
Locations operated by the City of Omaha will close January 8, 2020.  The sites are open daily during daylight hours. Assistance from volunteers is available at select sites. Volunteers from the Rotary Clubs of Omaha, and the Douglas - Sarpy Master Gardeners will staff  the Tranquility Park and "F" Street football field sites to help unload trees on January 4 and 5, 2020, from 10AM until 4PM each day.
Disposal Requirements:  Please remove nails, wires, ornaments, tree stands, and plastic bags. Lights, wreathes and evergreen roping are not accepted.  Flocked trees can be disposed at these sites.
Collection Locations:
  • Tranquility Park -120th Street & West Maple Road. North lot of soccer complex
  • Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium - Northwest corner of the parking lot, near intersection of Bob Gibson Drive and South 13th Street
  • Orchard Park -66th Street North of Hartman Avenue
  • F Street football field - F Street east of 156th Street. Parking lot east of field
  • Ta Ha Zouka Park - 20801 Elkhorn Drive. Parking lot behind the Chamber of Commerce
  • Kelly West Park - 87th Street & Park View Boulevard  *8-5 daily 12/26 - 1/18
  • Wehrspann Lake Wildlife Management Area - Highway 370 between I-80 and 168th Street. Wildlife Management Area south parking lot
  • Bellevue Old Sarpy County Landfill - 8902 Cedar Island Road *12/26 - 1/12
  • Papillion Senior Center - 1001 Limerick Road  *12/25 - 1/13
  • Papio Bay Aquatic Park Parking Lot - 815 East Halleck Street *12/25 - 1/13
  • Walnut Creek Connector Trail - Schram Road and Creek Side Drive (west of 96th Street) *12/25 - 1/13
  • LaVista Sports Complex - 66th Street, 2 blocks South of Harrison Street *8-5 12/26 - 1/18
  • Pierson/Orval Ballfields - Woodlawn Avenue and Park Drive *12/24 - 1/12
  • Hughes Mulch Products - 3211 Keystone Drive. *This site open 8:00am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday Only

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