Dry Trees Pose a Large Fire Hazard

It is time to remove your Holiday trees. Dry trees pose a large fire hazard and cause fires across the country. Do not become a statistic and remove your tree from indoors. The following information provides ways to dispose of your holiday trees. 

Simsbury Holiday Tree Collection Information for January 2023

In Simsbury, your contracted trash hauler picks up residential live Holiday trees curbside.

Paine’s will pick up trees on your trash collection day during the week of January 16–20, 2023.

All Waste will pick up trees on your trash collection day during the week of January 23-27, 2023.

Please place trees, free of lights and ornaments, next to your trash barrel by 6:00am on your collection day.  Leave your barrel curbside, even if it has been emptied already, until your tree is collected.  Your barrel will serve as a marker of which hauler should pick up your tree, as this service may not be done by your normal route driver. To reduce the chance of trees becoming frozen to the ground or buried in snow, please refrain from putting your tree out earlier than the night before.

Condominium & Association Residents: You should check with your association or management company, as these collections vary.  

Drop-Off: Simsbury residents may drop off their live tree, free of lights and ornaments, at the Simsbury Landfill and Recycling Center at 66 Wolcott Road during the month of January. Trees can be dropped off on Wednesdays and Saturdays (8 am to 3 pm) and no fee will be charged. After that time period, disposal will cost $5 per tree.

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