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Recycle political signs in Frisco, Breckenridge now through Nov. 13

Corrugated plastic political signs, like the 1A and McCluskie signs in this photo, will be temporarily accepted for recycling at the Frisco/Copper Visitor Information Center and Breckenridge Town Hall. Visit HighCountryConservation.org for dates and hours.
Photo courtesy of High Country Conservation Center

The High Country Conservation Center is working with the towns of Breckenridge and Frisco to recycle campaign yard signs.

Corrugated plastic political signs, along with the metal stakes, which should be separated from the signs, will be accepted for recycling at:

• The Visitor Information Center at 300 Main St. in Frisco.

• Breckenridge Town Hall at 150 Ski Hill Road in Breckenridge.

Drop-off is available on from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays through Nov. 13.

Some candidates will want to collect their signs to reuse and people are encouraged to check with the candidate or campaign committee before recycling the signs.

Signs should not be left outside, as they will likely blow away and become trash. Also, yard signs are not being accepted at the Summit County recycling centers or in curbside recycling.


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