SACRAMENTO (KGO) -- Some holiday cheer is on its way to the State Capitol.
Crews have cut down the State's Christmas Tree in a forest East of Redding in Shasta County Monday.
The White Fir stands about 53 Feet Tall, around 5 stories high.
It will eventually be decorated with 10,000 LED lights.
Officials say this is the 5th time the State's official tree came from this forest.
California State Capitol tree officially cut for the holidays