Community Gardens

Welcome to the City of Santa Fe Community Gardens

Santa Fe has been experimenting with community gardens in parks since 2009. The first gardens were such a success, the City has been expanding the program into more parks throughout the City. For a fee of $15.00, residents can rent a parcel in one of the following community gardens:

  • Frenchy's Field community garden

    Adam Gabriel Armijo or Cerro Gordo Park (1404 Cerro Gordo next to Maha Bodhi Buddhist Center)
  • Cielo Vista Park (1058 Calle Carmelita on the west side of street)
  • Frenchy's Field Park (Agua Fria and Osage)
  • La Familia (1035 Alto St.)
  • Maclovia (1202 Maclovia)
  • Sunnyslope Meadows (Avenida Aliso and Cibola Drive)

View Map of Community Gardens  »

New Gardens

  • Complete Application to the Parks Division (see Parks Contact information below)
  • Agree to Guidelines and Rules

Community Gardens Guidelines and Rules

  • Photo of kale growing at Sunny Slope Meadows Community Garden

    I will pay an initial fee of $15.00 toward the cost of water.
  • I will have something planted in the garden by May 20th and keep it planted all summer long.
  • I will keep garden gates closed upon leaving.
  • I will not give out the water spigot lock combination.
  • If I must abandon my lot for any reason, I will notify the garden Mayordomo.
  • I will keep weeds at a minimum and maintain the areas immediately surrounding my plot, if any.
  • If my plot becomes unkempt, I understand I will be given one week's notice to clean it up.  At that time, it will be re-assigned or tilled in.
  • I will keep trash and litter out of the plot, as well as away from adjacent pathways and fences.
  • I will participate in the fall cleanup of the garden.
  • I will pick only my own crops unless given permission by another plot user.
  • I will not use insecticides or weed repellents. I will not bring pets into the garden.

Contact

Jessie Esparza
Parks Project Specialist
1142 Siler Rd, Bldg C ( View Map » )
Santa Fe, NM  87504
(505) 955-2106
[bot protected email address]

 

More Community Garden Photos (Will Conitnue to Add Photos As They Become Available):

Adam Armijo Community Garden -

 

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