Jackie Brush

When it’s time to “un-deck” the halls and get rid of that old, dried out Christmas tree, you will have a few options.

The town of Webster has announced that residents may drop off their unwanted Christmas trees at the Public Works Department’s compost located at 23 Cudworth Road.  Hours of operation are  7:30AM to 2:30PM, Monday through Friday, from now until January 11th, 2019.  For more information call (508) 949-3861.

Residents of Oxford may drop off their unwanted Christmas trees at the DPW Garage located at 34 Charlton Street on Saturday, January 5th and January 12th from 8AM to 3PM.

Southbridge residents will have their trees picked by the Department of Public Works during the month of January.  Residents are asked to place the trees the curb in front of their property.  Trees must be stripped of all decorations, including ornaments, lights, garland and stands.

If you live in Uxbridge, Boy Scout Troop 25 will take your tree on January 12th, for a $10 donation which goes to the Uxbridge Food Pantry.  To sign up e-mail

Hope you all enjoyed your Christmas!If you’re looking for ways to dispose of your tree look no further!If you live in…

Posted by Scout Troop 25 Uxbridge, Mass on Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Posted by Oxford DPW on Wednesday, December 26, 2018