How to Start a Community Garden

If you would like to start a new Community Garden, follow the steps below:

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Community Garden is a unique opportunity available to Brampton residents whereby a group of community members will join together to manage and maintain an identified plot of land for the purpose of growing fresh produce and plants.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​Community Gardens can grow many things including fruit, herbs, and annual flower.

The Cityfacilitates the use of public land for community gardening to help promote healthy eating, positive social interactions, outdoor activity, cross-cultural connections, and to reduce crime and vandalism in our parks.​

The Community Gardens program advances the goals of the Brampton Grow Green Environmental Master Plan, which cites urban agriculture as an opportunity for the City.

Did you know? As an extension of the Community Gardens program, in April 2020, the City launched the Backyard Garden Program, a new eco-friendly initiative to help support food security in our city, and encourage residents to get active at home during the COVID-19 emergency. Learn more here.​

Community Garden Locations

The City of Brampton currently operates the following community gardens:

Creditview Park Community Garden

Creditview Sandalwood Park | 10510 Creditview Park

McMurchy Community Garden

Kiwanis Youth Centre | 247 McMurchy Ave S

Norton Park Community Garden

Norton Place Park | 180 Clark Blvd

Crawley Emmanuel Community Garden

Crawley Park | 420 Balmoral Dr

Sesquicentennial Park Community Garden

Sesquicentennial Park | 11475 Bramalea Rd

Flower City Community Garden

Flower City Community Campus | 8850 McLaughlin Rd S

Earnscliffe Community Garden

Earnscliffe Park | 44 Eastborne Dr

Fred Kline Community Garden

Fred Kline Park | 9445 McLaughlin Rd N​

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