Reminder: Boy Scouts offering tree-cycling on Jan. 4-5

Lynnwood residents can dispose of their Christmas trees via curbside pickup or by dropping them off at two locations.

Here are the dates and locations.

  • Jan. 4, 5: Both drop off and curb pickup from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

 

Boy Scout Troop 304 will be accepting trees from within city limits of Lynnwood and north to 148th St. SW for curbside pickup. Drop-off is one block north of 196th St. SW on 56th Ave. W, west of Wilcox Park.

Most single-family residents should have received a notice of this service, along with an envelope. Residents can place their tree out at the curb by 8 a.m. on either of the two curb pickup days. Donation checks can be made out to Troop 304 and mailed in the envelope. Residents can either mail the check in the envelope, or fasten securely to the tree.

Apartment managers should contact Troop 304 to pre-arrange tree pickup for your property. Call Geoff at 425-998-8054 for information

  • Jan. 4-5: drop off location only from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

 

Boy Scout Troop 312 will be accepting trees at the QFC grocery store parking lot, 196th St. SW and 76th Ave. W.

All decorations, tinsel, tree stands, and nails must be removed from the tree in order to be recycled. Flocked Trees are not accepted at all.

Residents can also go to www.dryneedles.com and use the interactive map of Southwest Snohomish County to find any Boy Scout tree-cycle activity near them.

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