Community Gardens

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Community gardens


The Kingston Community Garden Network was established by the City of Kingston in collaboration with partner groups to support the creation of new community gardens on public or private lands, and to assist with the retention of existing community gardens in the city. The current network of community gardens includes space for allotment plots (your own personal garden plot), tasting gardens, donation gardens, and training gardens. In accordance with the City’s Community Gardens Policy, public engagement with residents and stakeholders is required prior to a permit being issued.

Before offering feedback, please consider reviewing the City's Community Garden Policy.


Community gardens


The Kingston Community Garden Network was established by the City of Kingston in collaboration with partner groups to support the creation of new community gardens on public or private lands, and to assist with the retention of existing community gardens in the city. The current network of community gardens includes space for allotment plots (your own personal garden plot), tasting gardens, donation gardens, and training gardens. In accordance with the City’s Community Gardens Policy, public engagement with residents and stakeholders is required prior to a permit being issued.

Before offering feedback, please consider reviewing the City's Community Garden Policy.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Rotary Club of Kingston is applying for a butterfly garden to be established at Rotary Park. The Monarch butterfly and pollinator garden would:

    • Be comprised of host and nutrient plants recommended by the Monarch Watch Society.  
    • Support habitats for monarchs and other pollinators 

    Survey closes Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 4 p.m.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The McBurney Park Neighbourhood Association is applying for a new community garden to be established at McBurney Park. The new gardens would:

    • Be comprised of 3 raised vegetable and herbs beds
    • Provide donations to Loving Spoonful’s food security initiatives
    • Incorporate learning opportunities for students and families
    • Include accessible features


    Survey closes Sept. 9 at 4 p.m.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Friendship Park Community Garden Association is applying for an expansion of an existing community garden to be established at Friendship Park. The expanded garden would:

    • Be comprised of two additional raised beds located within the approved garden ‘footprint’.  
    • Address residents wait-listed for garden plots.   


    Survey closes Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 4 p.m.

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