Christmas Tree Disposal

Kenosha has announced sites for the disposal of natural Christmas trees.

The sites will be open until Jan. 31.

Collected trees will be chipped and used as mulch in city parks.

All tree bags, ornaments, tree stands, nails and other metal objects must be removed and discarded. Other holiday greenery, including wreaths and garlands, must be placed out with the trash.

Dispose of trees inside snow-fenced enclosures at the following locations:

Kenosha

  • Wolfenbuttel Park: 60th Street at Third Avenue

  • Southwest Library (playground area): 38th Avenue at 79th Street

  • Petretti Park: 19th Street at 16th Avenue

  • Roosevelt Park: 68th Street at 34th Avenue

  • Endee Park: Pershing Blvd at 47th Street

  • Sunnyside Park: 81st Street at 27th Avenue

  • Columbus Park: 54th Street at 21st Avenue

  • Lincoln Park (Martin Luther King Drive): 70th Street at 19th Avenue

  • Washington Park (skateboard area): 22nd Avenue south of Washington Road

  • Horizons Park: 6598 112th Ave.

  • Sunrise Park: 29th Place at 50th Avenue (east of intersection)

  • Clausen Park: 65th Street at 87th Avenue (west side of park)

  • Forest Park (not the school): 47th Avenue at 61st Street

  • Nash Elementary School: 68th Street at 96th Avenue

  • Strawberry Creek: 147th Avenue at 72nd Street (east of the golf course clubhouse)

Pleasant Prairie

  • Village Hall: 9915 39th Avenue
  • Pleasant Prairie Park: Bain Station Road and 104th Avenue
  • Carol Beach Park: 111th Street and 10th Avenue
  • Ingram Park: 93rd Street and 57th Avenue
  • Residential Recycling Center: 8000 128th Street (Saturdays only, 7am-4pm)