Because of the time and efforts spent on last year’s Jingle Bell Trail, Scottsboro’s holiday season was more festive than ever. This year, support in continuing this fun tradition is needed. This is a large undertaking for all, so the cost of sponsorship has changed.

Seven-foot to eight-foot trees are now $150 instead of $200. There is also a new non-profit (church and civic groups included) rate of $100. All proceeds help fund the downtown projects and events. This year, the cost is $150 ($100 for non-profit organizations) for a 7’ to 8’ tree. It includes tree, placement of tree in the ground, sponsorship sign and removal of tree. Eight 9’ to 10’ trees will also be available for $250. Trees will also be moved back to the outer rim of the square, where they were placed in 2017.
Grab an application online at, at Scottsboro City Hall or on Facebook-Main Street Scottsboro. The payment to sponsor a tree can be made at City Hall or by mailing payment to Main Street Scottsboro, P.O. Box 921, Scottsboro, Ala. 35768. Get those applications in before the November 22nd deadline!
Dates for decorating will be provided when the tree is sponsored. Sponsors are responsible for providing decorations and lights (must be solar or battery powered), decorating the tree and removing any decorations they wish to keep prior to January 2nd. Sponsors may decorate their tree any way they wish. The only requirement is that each tree must have a jingle bell placed somewhere on the tree.
Additional information will be provided when the tree is reserved.
Contact 256-912-0520 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for any questions. Come celebrate the season on the Jingle Bell Trail!

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