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Holiday lights collection drive happening again in Lexington

Posted at 4:08 PM, Nov 27, 2020

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — Once again, Lexington’s Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works is partnering with businesses across the Lexington community to host a holiday lights collection drive. Last year, 1,116 pounds of lights were collected and recycled through the program.

Residents can drop off broken or unwanted holiday lights, including string lights, rope lights and electric candles at collection sites throughout Lexington. You can also drop off extension cords, timers, light sensors, power strips and other small electronics.

Collection bins will be at the following locations through Sunday, January 17, 2021:

  • Perspectives Inc. – 352 Longview Plz Longview Plaza
  • A Cup of Common Wealth – 105 Eastern Ave.
  • Chocolate Holler – 400 Old Vine St.
  • Crank & Boom – 1210 Manchester St. and 3101 Clays Mill Road #301
  • Bluegrass United Church of Christ – 500 Don Anna Dr.
  • Good Foods Co-op – 455 Southland Dr.
  • Johns Run/Walk – 317 S. Ashland Ave. and 3735 Palomar Centre Dr.

Lights can also be taken directly to the Electronics Recycling Center, located at 1306 Versailles Road. Visit for hours of operation. This facility operates six-days a week, year-round.

Collection sites are still being added. For an up-to-date list, visit follow @LiveGreenLex on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.