If by December 27th you’ve had it with the Christmas season, the city’s Let’s Chip In depots will be more than happy to take your tree.
The depots will remain open until January 31, 2018. Residents are reminded that trees placed at the curb next to recycling or garbage carts will not be collected.
The city asks that you remove all plastic tree bags, tinsel, lights, decorations and tree stands before leaving a tree at a depot.
Beginning in early January, all depots will have free wood chips available. You’re asked to bring your own container to collect them.
Last year, 9,414 Christmas trees were recycled by Winnipeg residents.
|Charleswood Centre||24-hour access||3900 Grant Ave., Northwest corner of the Safeway parking lot along Haney Street|
|Kilcona Park||7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.||Lagimodiere Blvd. and McIvor Ave.
In the off-leash dog park parking lot
|Kildonan Park||7 a.m. to 10 p.m.||2015 Main St., Rainbow Stage parking lot|
|King’s Park||8 a.m. to 10 p.m.||198 King’s Dr., south parking lot|
|Panet Road Community Recycling Depot||24-hour access||Panet Rd. and Mission St.|
|St. James Civic Centre||24-hour access||2055 Ness Ave., NW corner of parking lot|
|St. Vital Park||8 a.m. to 10 p.m.||190 River Rd., south parking lot|
|Vimy Arena||24-hour access||255 Hamilton Ave. at Vimy Rd.|
|Winnipeg Soccer Complex||24-hour access||900 Waverley St. at Victor Lewis Dr.|
The St. Boniface, Fire Station No. 17 and Pan Am Let’s Chip In depots are permanently closed. Trees can also be dropped off at the city’s 4R Winnipeg Depots located at 1777 Brady Road and 1120 Pacific Avenue. Wood chips won’t be available at these locations.