According to a news release, Georgetown was the first city in Central Texas to offer this service when the program launched in December 2017, and last year, residents recycled more than 1,800 pounds of holiday lights.
Residents can drop off old or broken string lights through Jan. 31 at one of three collection stations:
- City of Georgetown Collection and Transfer Station, 250 W.L. Walden Road
- Georgetown Municipal Complex, 300-1 Industrial Ave.
- Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St.
Sun City residents may also drop off old or broken string lights at the Cowan Creek Pavilion, 1433 Cool Spring Way, Sun City.
The program is limited to string lights. Yard art, inflatables and other holiday lighting will not be collected, the release said. Lights must be taken to a collection station.
String lights should not be placed in residential or commercial recycling bins because they can damage the sorting machines at the recycling center, the release said.