Each year, KLB teams up with the City of Lewisville Parks and Recreation Department (PARD) to help residents recycle their live Christmas trees to divert them from the landfill and provide free mulch for residents.

Recycling your live Christmas trees each year helps to reduce waste, extend landfill life, provides useful compost, and saves you money! 

Starting December 4 and running through January 12 you can drop off your Christmas trees at Lake Park and N. Mill Street (near soccer fields) to be recycled into mulch. Please remember to remove all nails, wire, ornaments, lights, and tinsel prior to dropping off your tree.

Between December 26 and Jan 31 bring a bag or bucket to the drop off site along with a shovel and pick up some FREE mulch for your yard, garden and flower beds, walkways, around your trees and shrubs, or use it as livestock bedding!

This event is sponsored by Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB) and the City of Lewisville’s Parks Department. For more information about this program, please call KLB at 972-538-5949 or PARD at 972-219-3550.