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Community Gardens

Updated on 09/13/2018 8:25 am

The new Fall 2018 Community Garden Newsletter is now available to read.

 FALL 2018 Parcel Post

Annual renewals are upcoming. Renewal paperwork will be sent to current gardeners mid-November.

The Costa Mesa Community Gardens were featured in a special edition of the "Best of Urban Farm" Magazine, in an article written by Erin Gallagher. Read the article here.

Urban Farm Magazine

While you are at it, check out Hobby Farms website, where you can find all kinds of great information on urban farming.

Costa Mesa has two community gardens managed and operated by the City.  The Del Mar Community Garden at 170 Del Mar St. has 60 parcels approximately 15ft. by 15ft.  The Hamilton Community Garden at 523 Hamilton St. has 42 parcels approximately of the same dimension. Both gardens have water service, a portable toilet, and a trash dumpster.

The parcels are used by Costa Mesa residents to grow vegetables, flowers, fruits and plants for their personal consumption and use. Commercial growing activities are not allowed. Gardeners are responsible for maintaining their parcels, the aisle ways, and common areas. Gardeners must provide their own garden materials and tools, and abide by the garden agreement and by-laws. 

For waitlist status or additional information, please contact Cecily Renteria at (714) 754-5034,  cmgardens@costamesaca.gov

The Garden Packet has an application form, Garden Agreement and Garden Bylaws.