Sedgwick County is once again offering free tree recycling. About 5,350 trees were turned into mulch at Sedgwick County sites last year.
People can drop off their trees through Jan. 12 and pick up mulch, which will be available for free on a first-come, first-served basis at the recycling sites.
No matter where you recycle your tree, be sure to remove all decorations and lights.
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Boston Park, 6655 E. Zimmerly
Buffalo Park, 10209 Hardtner
College Hill United Methodist Church, First and Erie
Earhart Environmental Magnet School, 4401 N. Arkansas
Sedgwick County Extension Center, 7001 W. 21st St.
Great Plains Nature Center, 6232 E. 29th St. North
Old Cowtown Museum, 1865 Museum Blvd.
Osage Park, 2121 W. 31st St. South
South Linwood Park, Hydraulic and Mount Vernon
Elsewhere in Sedgwick County:
Cheney, East South Avenue and Garfield
Clearwater, Aquatic Center parking lot
Colwich, 115 N. Third St.
Derby, 2801 E. James (northwest corner of High Park)
Garden Plain, at the water tower
Goddard, Means Park
Kechi, 107 Sioux St.
Maize, 201 S. Park
Mount Hope, 400 S. Thomas
Mulvane, 117 E. Main St.
Park City, 6801 N. Hydraulic
Valley Center, Veterans Park
These areas are offering their own recycling programs:
Haysville, north of public works facility, 401 S. Jane
Andover, Central Park, north of compost bin, 1607 E. Central
Newton, Harvey County rodeo grounds, 700 W. First St. (starting Friday),
Trees can be recycled free at the Butler County landfill, 2963 SW 40th St., El Dorado.