The City of Redlands Community Gardens is a fulfilling, inexpensive way to grow organic fruits and vegetables and provides a relaxing place to socialize with other residents who enjoy similar activities.
The city operates three community gardens with a total of 85 rentable plots which are managed by the Redlands Recreation Division. Our community gardens are governed by our Conditions of use including a Waiver and Release of Liability agreement. To be eligible for a garden plot you must be a resident of Redlands. Only one plot is allowed per family/household. Plots are non-transferable.
The gardens have reopened with the following guidlines:
No more than ten (10) gardeners are permitted inside each garden
Face coverings are required at all times
Bring gloves or sanitizing wipes to unlock/open the gate
Practice social distancing of six (6) feet apart
Sanitize your hands before and after visiting the gardens
Do not share tools or equipment with other gardeners
There are NO VACANCIES at this time, however if you are interested you may request to be put on the waiting list by filling out the webform below.
How to Apply
Click on the link below to fill out our webform to be placed on our waiting list
Once a plot is available to you, review both the conditions of use and sign our waiver and release of liability agreement.
Schedule a meeting with our garden coordinator at the garden location where you will need to bring your signed waiver and annual plot payment. A key will be issued at this time.
Community Garden Locations:
1210 W. Cypress Ave.
Adjacent to Smiley Elementary School
501 E. Pennsylvania Ave.
Adjacent to Clement Middle School
Between Lugonia & Pennsylvaina Ave.
East of Texas St.
Our rental fees are per calendar year and are not pro-rated. A renewal letter will be sent at the beginning of each year. Returning gardeners will have until March 1st of each year to submit payment and sign a new agreement.