City offers Christmas tree recycling in La Jolla

The City of San Diego will provide residents with the opportunity to recycle their Christmas trees with two drop-off sites in La Jolla.

Recycled Christmas trees are used for composting. The City, along with the Environmental Services Department, asks that residents drop off Christmas trees during daylight hours, without ornaments, trash or tree stands at Kate Sessions Park on Soledad Road, and Swanson Pool on 3585 Governor Drive.

For more information, call the Recycling Hotline at (858) 694-7000.

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