Christmas Tree Disposal

Closed for the Season

The collection sites have closed for the 2021-2022 season. Do not deliver trees to the sites at this time. Leaving a tree at this time is punishable by a fine of up to $500, loss of drivers license for 6 months and all clean up costs. Omaha Municipal Code, Chapter 34, ARTICLE I, Section 4.

To dispose of a Christmas tree at this time, either cut the tree into pieces so it may fit in your black lid waste cart, or take the tree to the Oma-Gro facility as described by clicking here.

Disposal Requirements

Please Remove

  • Nails
  • Wires
  • Ornaments
  • Tree stand
  • Plastic bags (please take bags home and dispose with garbage)
  • Lights
  • Wreathes and evergreen roping will not be accepted.
  • Flocked trees are ok.

All sites will close on Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. Do not deliver trees after this date. Doing so is illegal dumping and punishable by a fine of up to $500, loss of drivers license for 6 months and all clean up costs. Omaha Municipal Code, Chapter 34, ARTICLE I, Section 4.


Please throw your tree up on the pile. This will leave room for others to access the site.

You may begin using the sites on December 24. The sites are open daily during daylight hours. Assistance from volunteers is available at select sites and only on the days listed.

Volunteers from the Rotary Clubs of Omaha, and the Douglas-Sarpy Master Gardeners will staff  the Tranquility North and F Street Football Field sites listed below to help you unload your tree on Saturday and Sunday, January 7th and 8th, 2023, from 10AM until 4PM each day.

 Collection Locations

BY THE NUMBERS…

2021-2022 Collection

Tons of Trees Collected: 84.1

 

Volunteer Hours: 147

 

Cost To City: $25,950

 

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