Community Gardens

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Thank you for your interest in our community garden program, unfortunately we are unable to add any more gardeners to our waitlist at this time.

The City of Redlands operates three separate Community Gardens within the City. The three garden plots are the Clement Community Garden located adjacent to Clement Middle School, Smiley Community Garden adjacent to Smiley Elementary School, and Lugonia Community Garden located east of Texas Street between Lugonia and Pennsylvania avenues.

The Community Gardens are open to residents of the City of Redlands. Plots may used to grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers. The City provides the water, but gardeners provide their own hoses. The gardens are open during daylight hours. The garden is open from dawn to dusk 7 days a week.

Acquiring a Garden Plot 

Individuals who would like to lease a garden plot must sign up at the Redlands Senior Center or Redlands Community Center during operating hours. Availability of garden plots may be limited. Garden plots are assigned on a “first come, first served” basis. In the event that all garden plots are in use, a waiting list will be maintained.

The Senior Center and Community Center are located at:
111 W. Lugonia Avenue in Redlands. 

Senior Center Phone: (909)798-7579
Community Center Phone: (909) 798-7572

Garden Plot Locations

The City of Redlands operates three separate Community Gardens within the City:

1) Smiley Garden: 1210 W. Cypress Avenue

2) Clement Garden: 501 E. Pennsylvania Ave.

3) Lugonia Garden: East of Texas between Lugonia Ave & Pennsylvania Ave

Garden Sizes and Fees

1) Clement Garden:
     8 Plots 20’ x 50’ to 31’x 32”
     $30.00 per year

2) Smiley Garden:
     24 plots 20’ x 20’
     $20.00 per year

3) Lugonia Garden:
     53 plots 17.5’ x 40’ 
     $35.00 per year

Garden Plot rental fees are to be paid annually. A renewal letter will be sent out at the beginning of each year. Gardeners need to submit payment and sign the agreement by five weeks from the letters sent date.

The City of Redlands Community Gardens is a fulfilling, inexpensive way to grow organic fruits and vegetables. It is also a relaxing place to socialize with other residents who enjoy similar activities.