The City of Brookfield will begin curbside pick up of Christmas trees for recycling at 7 a.m. Monday.
The city will not pick up trees that are with plastic bags, wire, nails or other metal, according to its site.
The city will pick up tress until Jan. 21.
"Please understand that trees may not be picked up until sometime after these dates because of the time it takes to go through all the routes or being hampered by inclement weather or emergencies that may arise," the city says on its Web site.
Also remember that the city will not pick them up if they are buried under the snow.
Wreaths should be disposed of in the garbage for regular weekly pickup.
Those that wish to dispose of their tree can also bring it to the recycling center. Trees can also be cut down to 4 feet and less than 50 pounds and leave them out for their regular garbage pick-up.
"This is not a preferred option since it is not recycling the Christmas tree," the city says on its Web site.