Neighbourhood Community Gardens

We have partnered with various community groups and organizations to oversee community managed gardening initiatives within various neighbourhoods throughout our City. These gardens are typically smaller, more localized gardens that promote walkability and strong community spirit. The general public is not permitted to harvest from Community Gardens. If you didn't plant it, don't pick it. 
image of vegetables growing in a community garden

For those interested in starting up a community garden please view the Steps to Start Up a Community Garden/Orchard (pdf)

If you wish to participate in the Neighbourhood Community Garden Program, please get in touch with the person responsible for designating the garden beds for personal use at the location you are interested in. Contact information is listed in the chart below, or you can select the location from the City Overview drop down box located on the top right corner of the map below. Hover your cursor over the garden site and it will display the contact information.

Community Garden  Contact
Bower Community Gardens Bower Community Association/ 403-340-3070 / /
Downtown Community Garden Ken Lehman: 403-314-5854 / 
Fort Normandeau Gardens Kaley Zunino: 403-346-2010 / 
Lancaster Green Gardens Laura Kozelenko: 403-392-8420
Morrisroe West Gardens Morrisroe West Community Association / 
Piper Creek Community Gardens (Rethink) Rene Michalak: 403-346-1735 / 
Riverside Meadows Community Gardens 
Sunnybrook Farm Gardens Ian Warwick: 403-340-3511 / 
Sunnybrook United Gardens Margaret Krill: 403-347-6073 / 
Timberlands Community Gardens Ken Lehman: 403-314-5854 / 
Victory Gardens Rene Michalak: 403-986-7981 / 
Waskasoo Community Gardens 
West Park Community Gardens Danny Tomalty: 403-392-4749 / 

To view the map in full screen, click here.

For more information on other gardening opportunities please contact:

Cemetery Services - office hours 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday to Friday