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End of Christmas Tree Collection Reminder

To better serve the residents of Pawtucket, the City of Pawtucket is reminding our residents that the collection of Christmas trees for disposal ends this week.

Any residents of the city that have Christmas trees left over from the holiday season, are encouraged to call Pawtucket’s Department of Public Works to arrange for pickup on Thursday, January 28th and Friday, January 29th. The Department of Public Works can be contacted by phone at 401-728-0500 Extension 233.

Residents are advised that these are the last two days which Christmas trees will be collected in the city this year. The Christmas trees will be collected separate from the regular trash. Residents are required to remove ornaments, lights and wrapping, to allow for safe collection. Wreaths, garland, roping and artificial trees cannot be collected.

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