Lots of people were eager to de-Christmas their homes this year, as evidenced by an already large pile of trees at Cornerstone Park Dec. 27. The park …
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Lots of people were eager to de-Christmas their homes this year, as evidenced by an already large pile of trees at Cornerstone Park Dec. 27.
The park will be Christmas Tree Heaven through Jan. 14, thanks to the City of Littleton. Residents can drop off undecorated trees, which the city turns into mulch and offers free to those who want it.
The site is open every day during daylight hours. Enter from Windermere Street just south of Belleview Avenue; the growing mountain of trees is in the parking lot adjacent to the soccer fields.
Remove all lights, ornaments, nails and plastic bags. Don't leave flocked or artificial trees, washing machines, leaves, branches or other refuse.
Thanks to regular tree trimming, the city offers free, self-service wood mulch throughout the year at the northwest corner of Prescott Street and Prentice Avenue. Just take a shovel or pitchfork and something to put the mulch in. For more information, call 303-795-3863.
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