Alameda county provides year-round curbside pick-up of Christmas trees and yard-trimming. Call the county's recycling hotline at 877-STOPWASTE or find your city's specific recycling program.
Many cities in Contra Costa will pick-up Christmas trees during the holiday season. Call your local waste program to schedule a pick-up or find out what day they collect yard-trimmings.
Marin County will pick-up Christmas trees through the month of January on the day it normally collects yard waste, check the schedule to find your pick-up times. It will not accept tree stands or bases or trees over 6 feet tall. For taller trees call 415-485-5646, or bring the tree to the Marin Resource and Recovery Center. Many local fire stations also collect Christmas trees.
The Napa Boy Scouts will pick-up Christmas curbside trees on Saturday, January 8 at 9 a.m. You can also bring your tree to the Napa Recycling and Composting Facility. Trees over 8 feet tall must be cut in half. All other holiday waste, such as wreaths, should go in the green compost or yard trimmings bin.
San Francisco residents can put their trees on the curb from January 3 to January 7, and again from January 10 to January 14 before 6 a.m. on the regularly scheduled pick-up days. Residents can also be taken to the Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood Council until January 17, or Recology Golden Gate and Recology San Francisco until January 15.