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Tree drop-off locations

The following locations will accept Christmas trees to be recycled. Trees will be accepted through Jan. 18.

Fort Wayne area

•National Serv-All compost site, 6231 MacBeth Road; drop-off hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to noon Saturday; closed holidays

•Allen County Highway Garage at 2234 Carroll Road

•Foster Park West in the soccer field parking lot on the west side

•Foellinger Theatre in the back parking lot near the southwest corner

•McMillen Park in the pool parking lot

Monroeville area

•Monroeville compost site at 200 Utility Drive

Leo-Cedarville area

•Across from Riverside Gardens Park

New Haven area

•Jury Park

•Meadowbrook School’s parking lot

•North side of City Hall at 815 Lincoln Highway E.

Woodburn area

•Front Street under the water tower

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