Explore community gardens in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City has taken measures to increase food production locally through community gardens and urban farming. It also has pledged full support of Salt Lake County’s initiative to increase urban farming along the Wasatch Front.
Salt Lake City recognizes the important role community vegetable gardens play in supporting our local food system, and has partnered with Wasatch Community Gardens to develop and coordinate sustainable, flourishing community gardens on City-owned land.
In order to help facilitate the development of new gardens, the City has identified 8 City-owned or managed parcels located on properties with access to a waterline and other conditions conducive to creating a successful and sustainable community garden.
Salt Lake City also has community garden opportunities at our existing sites: Off Broadway Community Garden, Liberty Wells, Rose Park, Cannon Greens, 9-Line , Popperton Plots, and Gateway community gardens. Please contact Wasatch Community Gardens for information.
Applications currently in progress:
Richmond Park Community Garden Opportunity, 440 E 600 S– Salt Lake City Parks and Public Lands and Wasatch Community Gardens are currently exploring if there is interest in the Central City neighborhood to participate in a potential new community garden located in Richmond Park. If you would like to participate in the garden or would like more information, please contact our Green City Growers Coordinator, Van Hoover, at email@example.com or 801-359-2658 x16.
Please join us for an Open-House and Design Input Session for a potential
new community garden at Richmond Park (440 E 600 S).
Date: February 28, 2019
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: Central City Recreation Center
(615 S 300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84111) Room 134
Join us to provide public input on the potential new garden and learn
how to get involved with the garden application process!
Discussion topics include:
• Potential impacts it could bring to the neighborhood.
• The process for the new garden project being approved.
• Preliminary garden design input.
Available parcels for future community gardens:
If you’re interested in helping develop a community garden in these neighborhoods, please contact Wasatch Community Gardens or fill out an application (below) to get started!
View all available parcels and existing gardens on our interactive Google Map.
How to Apply
The application cycle for the 2018 season is open!