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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. Learn more about the Neighbourhood Matching Fund and apply for the next round in the Fall.

Interested in starting a new urban agriculture project?

Submit an expression of interest for a space or place in Vancouver that could be ideal for urban agriculture.

Find out more and apply

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