Please refer to our handbook for information about gardening at the Community Gardens including our rules and regulations, important contact numbers, and how to get the best out of your garden.
Resources for current gardeners, especially new gardeners, can be found here. We outline what is allowed and what is not in the community gardens.
A guide to getting you started gardening in addition to the handbook found here.
We have 3 review periods each growing season. Please ensure that your plot is ready to go prior to the review period. You can find out what we will be looking for here.
Spring: 1st Round – May 18th – May 21st
2nd Round – June 7th – June 11th
Summer: 1st Round – August 9th to August 13th
2nd Round – September 6th to September 10th
Autumn: 1st Round – November 2nd to November 9th
2nd Round – November 22nd toN 26th
You can also check our event calendar for any upcoming Community Garden event here.
Current community gardeners who are in good standing (no overdue garden rule violations) will always have the opportunity to renew the same garden plot for the following season. Garden plot renewals happen during the winter and gardeners must agree to the community garden Rules & Agreement and pay the yearly fee.
For gardeners looking to renew their plot, find out how much your plot is here. Please read the rules and agreement here, and once you accept at the bottom of the page, you will be directed to our login page where you can enter in your information.
Garden plots must be renewed every year in January.
Find out how much your plot is here if you’re ready to renew your plot. Then, read the rules and agreement here, and once you accept at the bottom of the page, you will be directed to our login page where you can enter in your information.
Current community gardeners can request to transfer to a different plot or garden site. Transfer requests can be made any time of the year and we will try to accommodate requests for the following gardening season. Gardeners on the transfer list are prioritized and will be offered an available plot before it is offered to an individual on the community garden waitlist.
If you are a current gardener and would like to transfer to a different plot, please email the Urban Agriculture Program Coordinator with the following
We offer subsidized rates to those for whom cost may be a barrier. Simply contact us and request a subsidized rate of 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100%. There is no need to provide detailed information; we trust that folks will only request a subsidy if they need it. While we attempt to accommodate all subsidy requests, we reserve the right to limit the number of subsidies provided.
We also appreciate donations from other gardeners or the public to help cover these costs