New Community Gardens

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A new community garden is being considered for Oak Street Park, located between Oak and Hickory Streets. If approved, it will be built and ready to plant for spring 2021.

map indicating two possible locations for the garden within Oak Street park

We want you to tell us:

  • How you feel about the proposed community garden
  • What you think of the proposed locations
  • What feedback you have about the proposed community garden
  • How you feel about participating in the garden if it’s approved


The survey is now closed. We are reviewing your feedback to help determine if the proposed garden will benefit the park’s users. Once we’ve made a decision, we will follow up with you to let you know our final results.


About Guelph’s Community Gardens

The community garden program encourages volunteers to use City parks as locations for fruit, vegetable and pollinator gardens that benefit the community. Having fruits and vegetables grown just around the corner in your park brings a whole new meaning to local food. Pollinator gardens provide a food source for a variety of wildlife including insects and some bird species. Visit guelph.ca/communitygardens to learn more.

A new community garden is being considered for Oak Street Park, located between Oak and Hickory Streets. If approved, it will be built and ready to plant for spring 2021.

map indicating two possible locations for the garden within Oak Street park

We want you to tell us:

  • How you feel about the proposed community garden
  • What you think of the proposed locations
  • What feedback you have about the proposed community garden
  • How you feel about participating in the garden if it’s approved


The survey is now closed. We are reviewing your feedback to help determine if the proposed garden will benefit the park’s users. Once we’ve made a decision, we will follow up with you to let you know our final results.


About Guelph’s Community Gardens

The community garden program encourages volunteers to use City parks as locations for fruit, vegetable and pollinator gardens that benefit the community. Having fruits and vegetables grown just around the corner in your park brings a whole new meaning to local food. Pollinator gardens provide a food source for a variety of wildlife including insects and some bird species. Visit guelph.ca/communitygardens to learn more.