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Christmas Tree Recycling Starts In Nashville, Clarksville

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Residents can begin to recycle their live Christmas trees across the mid-state.

Davidson County has set up collection spots at nearly a dozen parks and other buildings across the city from Thursday until February 17.

The parks include:

  • Cane Ridge - 419 Battle Rd.
  • Cedar Hill - 860 Old Hickory Blvd.
  • Edwin Warner - 50 Vaughn Rd.
  • Elmington - 3531 West End Ave.
  • Joelton - 21 Joelton Community Center Rd.
  • Richland - 4601 Charlotte Pike
  • Sevier - corner of Clayton Avenue and Granny White Pike, near picnic shelters
  • Two Rivers - 3150 McGavock Pike
  • Whitfield - Edmondson Pike at Brewer Drive
  • Una Recreation Center, 136 Una Recreation Rd.
  • Former Lakewood City Hall Building, 3401 Old Hickory Blvd. in Old Hickory

Staff at Dunbar Cave State Park in Clarksville will also be collecting live trees. Drop off runs until January 4.

Don't forget to take off all the lights, ornaments, tinsel, garland, and no "flocked" trees will be accepted. Both cities will use the trees for mulch for landscaping.

For more information about Christmas Tree Recycling in Nashville, call (615) 862-8640 or visit

In Clarksville, go to

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