Show your community spirit and be a part of the first Jingle Bell Trail.

Businesses, churches, organization groups or individuals can sponsor and decorate a tree on the downtown square this holiday season.
Scottsboro is starting a new tradition. A total of 85, fresh-cut 7-foot tall trees will be placed around the Square from December 2nd through December 31st. Because there are only have 85 spots, applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. All proceeds from the tree sale will help fund the next downtown event. This Christmas project is in coordination with “Downtown Scottsboro’s Jingle Bell Square” and the Christmas parade which will be held on December 9th.
Cost will be $200 and must be paid before a tree is reserved. Cost includes tree, placement of tree in the ground, sponsorship sign, and removal of the tree.
•Application will be available on-line at www.cityofscottsboro.com or Scottsboro City Hall.
•Payment to sponsor a tree must be made in person at City Hall.
•No payment will be accepted on-line or by mail.
•The deadline for applications and payment is October 31st.
•Dates for decorating will be provided when you sponsor your tree.
•Sponsor is responsible for providing decorations and lights (must be solar).
•You may decorate any way you wish. The only requirement is that each tree must have a jinglebell placed somewhere on the tree.
Additional information will be provided when you reserve your tree.
If you have any questions, please contact the Mayor’s office, 256-912-0514.

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