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Flowers in a community garden

Join a community garden in your neighbourhood

Vancouver has over 110 community gardens in city parks, in schoolyards, and on private property. There's even a community garden at City Hall.

Community gardens are operated by local community groups.

To join a community garden and request a garden plot, search the community garden map or open data set below, and contact the community garden directly.

Garden plots are in demand so you may need to be on a waitlist. Waitlists are managed by each community garden. 

Braemar Park

The Vancouver Park Board, in partnership with St. Judes Anglican Home, is considering developing a community garden at Braemar Park.

What's happening

Apply for funds to support your community initiatives and garden improvement projects

You and your group may be eligible for a Neighbourhood Matching Fund. The program provides up to $10,000 to support neighbourhood based groups that want to make creative improvements to local public lands. Apply for the next round in the fall.

Get details

Start your project in a City park or on City owned property

Learn how to organize, plan, and build a community garden in your neighbourhood.

Contact us about community gardens

Garden in parks
pbgreen@vancouver.ca

Garden on public land
communitygardens@vancouver.ca