Neighbourhood Community Gardens
The City of Surrey is home to many community gardens on both private and City-owned land. If you are interested in getting involved or learning more about a garden that is not operated by the city, please contact the garden directly using the contact information provided in the map above. For more information about gardens on City-owned land, or to have your garden featured on our page please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find a community garden near you on the Community Food Resources Map:
Crescent Park Community Garden
Situated on one acre of land, the garden consists of fifty-six plots, ten of which are accessible. The remainder of the site is in the process of being rehabilitated through the planting of native trees and shrubs, the installation of birdhouses, and the laying of a crushed gravel trail around the perimeter of the site. Alexandra Neighbourhood House established the garden in 2016, and oversees the project on behalf of a volunteer governance committee. For more information or for plot inquiries, call 604-535-0015 (extension 236) or email email@example.com.
Alexandra Community Garden
The garden contains thirty plots, leased annually to the public. The garden was started in 2012 as a community engagement initiative of Alexandra Neighbourhood House. For more information or for plot inquiries call 604-535-0015 (extension 236) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Plot Community Sharing Garden
“THE PLOT” is a non profit, community run and supported project; a collectively-tended, interactive, and functional land art piece for the community. This single large garden provides opportunities for participation, inspiration, education, and food for the surrounding community. It was initiated in 2016 by the The People’s Food Security Bureau. The PFSB was formed in 2015, by artists Cora and Don Li-Leger, to further the mission of integrating art and life through food. The idea was to create a garden based on artistic expression that would generate a sense of community and at the same time provide free food for the Food Banks and others in the community. At the end of the first growing season the PLOT was turned over to the Friends of the PLOT.
The Plot is located at 71st avenue and 137A street, behind the Newton Arena. For more information, visit www.theplot.ca.