Christmas Tree pickup: When and where is it?
Gifts have been opened, family dinners have been eaten and a New Year is upon us... It's time to get rid of your Christmas tree.
If you live in one of Montreal's boroughs you can find out when natural Christmas tree collections will be held in your area by visiting the city's Info-collectes or by calling the 3-1-1 information hotline.
To have your tree collected it must be on the curb by 7:00 A.M. the day of collection and have all its ornaments removed.
If you miss the collection dates you can also drop off your tree at any of the city's seven Eco-Centres.
For those living outside Montreal
Dorval: January 10 and 17. Trees must be placed in front of your home, by the curb (not on the street) with all lights, decorations, and nails removed.
Pointe-Claire: January 10, from 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Trunk diameter must not exceed 13 centimetres (5 inches). Tree height must not exceed 2.5 metres (8 feet). Decorations must be removed. Trees must be placed horizontally at curbside (not upright in the snow).
D.D.O.: First three Wednesdays of January (collection will continue on Thursdays and Friday is necessary). Trees must be placed by curbside before 7:00 A.M. on collection day.
Kirkland: January 8 to 15. All ornaments must be removed. The tree must be placed at the curb and not planted in a snow bank.
Beaconsfield: As of the second week of January. Lights, decorations and garland must be removed. Natural trees can be brought to Public Works at 300, Beaurepaire or a designated park chalet.
- Beacon Hill, 100 Harwood
- Briarwood, 50 Willowbrook
- Christmas Memorial, 424 Beaconsfield
- Drummond, 200 Beaurepaire
- Heights, 225 Evergreen
- Rockhill, 540 Beaurepaire
- Shannon, 340 Preston
- Windermere, 303 Sherbrooke
For other cities residents should contact their local public works department.