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About Community Gardens

According to the ACGA (American Community Gardening Association), a community garden is any piece of land gardened by a group of people. Community gardens come in many shapes and sizes. They can be located with another use—like a church, school, or community center—or on a lot all by themselves. They can grow everything from fruits and vegetables, to herbs and decorative flowers, and everything in between. In Topeka, they could even be maintained by just one person. One thing all these gardens have in common is bringing people together and promoting a fun, healthy, engaging, and interactive neighborhood asset.

 

What Other Cities Are Doing

Lawrence, KS
Kansas City

Springfield, MO - Springfield Community Gardens

Ft. Collins, CO
Portland, OR
Austin, TX

 

Learn More About Community Gardens

 

Garden locations

Contact

Bill Fiander, AICP

Planning Director
Email

Kris Wagers

Administrative Officer
785-368-3728
Email
 
620 SE Madison
Topeka, KS 66607

Planning Contacts

Licensing & Inspections

785-368-3905

Permits

785-368-3704