SLCgreen - Community Gardens

Salt Lake City has taken measures to increase food production locally through community gardens and urban farming. It also has pledged full support of Salt Lake County’s initiative to increase urban farming along the Wasatch Front.

Salt Lake City recognizes the important role community vegetable gardens play in supporting our local food system, and has partnered with Wasatch Community Gardens to develop and coordinate sustainable, flourishing community gardens on City-owned land.

In order to help facilitate the development of new gardens, the City has identified 8 City-owned or managed parcels located on properties with access to a waterline and other conditions conducive to creating a successful and sustainable community garden.

Salt Lake City also has community garden opportunities at Off Broadway Community GardenRose ParkCannon Greens and Popperton Plots community gardens. Please contact Wasatch Community Gardens for information. 

In Development: 1700 S 700 E 

View the parcel (PDF map)

Salt Lake City Community Garden Open House 
January 27th, 2016 from 6-7 p.m.
In August 2015, an application was submitted to the City’s Green City Growers program from community members conveying substantial interest and community support to move forward with garden development at the city property located at 1700 South 700 East. Salt Lake City and Wasatch Community Gardens will be hosting an open house to discuss the development of the garden and solicit input from surrounding residents and neighborhood businesses. If you would like to learn more and/or participate in the garden, please consider attending the open house. 
If you have comments regarding the Green City Growers program or the property, please contact Bridget Stuchly at or (801) 535-6438. 

Available Parcels

View available parcels on our interactive Google Map.

Dilworth Elementary 2850 S Claybourne Ave
Cortez Water  

How to Apply

We are not currently accepting applications. Please check back fall 2016.

Download the Green City Growers Application Packet (PDF) to review the six step application process and complete your application. Questions about the process should be directed to Van Hoover with Wasatch Community Gardens at or (801) 359-2658 x16.


Other Resources

Wasatch Community Gardens

Salt Lake County Urban Farming Initiative

Utah Master Gardeners

Home Gardening in Utah