Banning and Beaumont residents relying on municipal trash pickup for used Christmas trees can expect pickups to begin Dec. 26 for two weeks in Banning, and through Jan. 8 for Beaumont residents.

All decorations, lights, tinsel and stands must be removed. Trees over 6 feet tall must be cut in half.

Trees that have been flocked cannot be recycled and must be disposed of with the regular trash.

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