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Parks & Recreation

Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland

Phone: 503-823-PLAY (7529)

Fax: 503-823-6007

1120 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 1302, Portland, OR 97204

Community Garden Plot Request Form
If you are interested in participating in Portland Community Gardens, please complete this form.


We will contact you via phone or email when a plot is available and you will be asked to:

1. Pay for the garden plot
2. Abide by the Community Garden policies and procedures.

Last Name*
First Name*
Address*
City*
State*
Zip Code*
Home Phone*
Other Phone
Email*
How did you hear about the opportunity for a garden plot?
Please select your interest in one or two garden sites.

Location Map
Waitlist Map


PLEASE NOTE
The following gardens have at least a 3-year wait:

Buckman, Clinton, Colonel Summers, Everett, Grant, Ivon, Kennedy, Mt Tabor, Sabin, Sellwood, Sewallcrest

1st Community Garden Selection
2nd Community Garden Selection

Once you've been assigned a plot, you'll be given the opportunity to renew your plot each year.


2013-2014 Garden Plot Costs

  • ADA Accessible Raised Bed - $20
  • Starter plot (50 sq ft) - $12
  • Single plot (100 sq ft) - $25
  • Standard plot (200 sq ft) - $50
  • Double plot (400 sq ft) - $100

Starter or single-sized plots are recommended for beginning gardeners and/or families of 1-2 people. Standard-sized plots are good for families of 2-3 people, and double-sized plots are more appropriate for large families or groups and experienced gardeners.


Scholarship Assistance

If you cannot afford the cost of the plot, we can offer scholarship assistance. Please complete the scholarship form and return it to the Community Gardens office. If you would like to donate to the scholarship fund, you may do so through the Portland Parks Foundation website.


Please indicate your preference for plot size and raised bed in the comment box below.


Thank you.

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