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Community Gardens

Community Gardens

GET INVOLVED!

Would you like to be a part of this great effort, and help Burbank become a healthier place to live, work, and create?

Get involved by visiting the Burbank Community Gardens Page today!

Community Gardens create a space where people from every background can come together to share their love of gardening. Community Gardens transcend social barriers and are vibrant, cooperative spaces that build self-reliance, reduce poverty, mitigate global warming, provide safe recreational green spaces, and proven to reduce neighborhood crime.

The City of Burbank and the Los Angeles Community Garden Council (LACGC) are partnering in the development of two new Burbank Community Gardens. The community gardens will be located at 1141 North Pass Avenue and 3705 West Clark Avenue.

Our partnership with the LACGC will establish appropriate guidelines and volunteer roles to successfully launch and operate the community gardens. The LACGC, a 501 (c)3 non-profit, has extensive experience in developing community gardens throughout Los Angeles County. LACGC is now ready to use their experience towards helping Burbank develop, grow, and maintain healthy and vibrant community gardens.

To apply online:
Click here to fill out an application. Please fill out the form on desktop rather than mobile phone.

To apply in person:
Visit Olive Recreation Center at 1111 W. Olive Avenue, Monday – Friday, 9am-7pm. Please see someone at the front desk to assist you.
Applications are due by April 15 and plot recipients will be notified starting May 1.

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