ALPAR and Municipality of Anchorage Solid Waste Services
Christmas Tree Recycling
December 26, 2019 – January 15, 2020
at CARRS/Safeway stores
‘Twas the week after Christmas
And all through the night,
Tree needles were dropping
The tree looked a sight!
So off with the baubles
And off with the lights,
To CARRS we will go
To recycle it right!
ALPAR and Municipality of Anchorage Solid Waste Services invite you to recycle your live Christmas tree at Anchorage, Eagle River, or Palmer CARRS/Safeway stores – just look for the designated drop off area.
Trees must be free of all decorations and lights, and no wreaths, please!
Trees are turned into wood chips for trails, gardens and parks.
The program ends January 15th, 2020.
For a small donation, you can even get your tree picked up.
Just call 868-8899.
Monday, January 15, from 12 p.m.-2 p.m. at Chanshtnu Muldoon Park, 1301 Muldoon Road (at DeBarr)
Sponsored by Northeast Community Council, Scenic Foothills Community Council, Anchorage Parks & Recreation and Anchorage Park Foundation.
Grab your skates and head to East Anchorage’s newest park, Chanshtnu Muldoon, to check out the new ice skating loop and inclusive playground! We’ll be celebrating with hot chocolate, music, and the UAA Seawolves. Join us for this free, family-friendly event!
Monday, January 15 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
Chanshtnu Muldoon Park (1301 Muldoon Road)
How to get there:
Find this beautiful new park at the southeast corner of the Muldoon and Debarr Road intersection, south of the Muldoon Mall. Take the new People Mover Bus Routes 10 or 25!
On Monday, January 18, 2016, attorneys around Alaska are getting ready to spend a ‘day on, not off’ in honor of Martin Luther King Jr’s call to action of service. Here’s a Compass piece from last year’s event that captures the spirit of why we think this is so import: http://www.adn.com/article/20150116/alaska-bar-marks-martin-luther-king-day-free-legal-services
Monday, January 18, 2016, will feature clinics in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau and a statewide phone bank for people living outside those cities. More information and flyers at www.alaskabar.org/mlk