There are no other laws in Boston regarding permits or special regulations for.
Wood and Yard Waste. Compostable materials such as wood, brush, or grass are collected through our Greenwaste Collection service, or can be dropped off at the Kiefer Landfill or North Area Recovery Station.
Urban Wood Rescue is located at Midway Street (Depot Park) in Sacramento. NEW SUMMER HOURS: AM PM. Please note if you are entering the yard without a mask you are attesting that you have been vaccinated. Please wear a mask if you are not vaccinated, if you are not feeling well, and when entering the office trailer. Thank you.
The needles from pine, cedar and similar trees will not break down well in your pile.
Improper disposal of holiday trees on city streets is considered illegal dumping. Please note the specific dates and times for free tree drop-off. / Dates TBD. Sacramento Recycling and Transfer Station. Fruitridge Road 8 am to 5 pm Also accepting trees December 26 - January 9, Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec 31, Flocked trees will be accepted, but will be treated as garbage and sent to the landfill. The annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program is a partnership between Sacramento County, the cities of Sacramento and Folsom, and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD).
This means the care and removal of a tree on private property lies wholly with the owner.
If you cannot make the dates below, you can recycle your tree by cutting it up and placing it in your curbside green waste cart. Privately owned trees also require a tree permit in accordance with Zoning Code Regulations and the County's Tree Preservation and Protection Ordinance.
View the Tree Removal Permits page for more information. Service Provided By: Planning and Environmental Review Building Assistance Center, 7th St, Room Sacramento, CA Non-Acceptable Materials for Green Waste Cart: Branches more than 5 feet in length, more than 6 inches in diameter or weighing more than 50 pounds.
Compost your food scraps and yard trimmings to make your garden grow! For more information, click here. Trees must be placed in the grey green waste container for service.