Where To Dispose of Christmas Trees in Blacksburg & Christiansburg

Holidays are as much about family traditions as anything else, I think.  When the activities are over, and the family has dispersed, all that’s left is to break it all down and get ready for next year.  So what do you do with that Christmas tree if you live in Blacksburg or Christiansburg?

Town of Blacksburg:

  • Town residents can begin placing their Christmas trees at the curb beginning January 1.  The trees will be picked up the first two weeks of January, giving all of us procrastinators plenty of time to finish the job.
  • You can also donate you tree – balled and wrapped in burlap – to Blacksburg Parks and Recreation to be planted in town parks.  Crews will pick up the tree and replant it.

Town of Christiansburg:

  • Trees can be placed on the street for curbside pickup during the week of January 4th through the 11th.  There are no drop-off points in Town that can take trees, curbside pickup only.

Montgomery County:

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Additionally, if you’d like your natural tree to be used as reef structure for game fish in Claytor Lake State Park in Dublin, you can drop your tree off Claytor Lake State Park, Dublin VA and park officials will handle it for you.  Roughly 300 more trees are needed by January 27th.

We also recommend to check the south jersey tree removal service for more information.

It’d be really nice if there’s a local company that could help facilitate that (note to self)?

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