Neighbourhood Community Gardens

We have partnered with various community groups and organizations to oversee community managed gardening initiatives within various neighbourhoods throughout our City. These gardens are typically smaller, more localized gardens that promote walkability and strong community spirit. The general public is not permitted to harvest from Community Gardens. If you didn't plant it don't pick it. 
image of vegetables growing in a community garden

For those interested in starting up a community garden please view the Steps to Start a Community Garden (pdf) .

Community Garden Location Contact Information
Growing Together Gardens - Unity Baptist Church 139 Northey Avenue Naomi Bolack: 403-347-3961 
growingtogethergardens@gmail.com
Sunnybrook United Gardens 12 Stanton Street Linda Bryant: 403-347-6073 
office@sunnybrookunited.org
Victory Gardens 98 Oberlin Avenue Rene Michalak: 403-986-7981 
purephoenix@shaw.ca
Riverside Meadows Community Gardens 5503 58A Street riversidemeadowsca@gmail.com
West Park Community Gardens Store Hill, south of 58 Avenue Danny Tomalty: 403-392-4749
dannytomalty@gmail.com
Lancaster Green Gardens 11 Lancaster Drive, SE corner of Lancaster Drive and 30 Avenue intersection Loretta Myktyshyn: 403-391-3356
403-358-4279 loretta@mykytyshyn.ca
Waskasoo Community Gardens 4409 58 Street, corner of 45 Avenue and 58 Street Brenda Garrett 403-347-3883 
brenda.garrett@telus.net
Morrisroe West Gardens 5 McIntosh Avenue, SW of Kinsmen Arenas Morrisroe West Community Association: 587-288-8496
garden@mw.mycommunityassociation.org

For more information on gardening opportunities please contact Cemetery Services at 403-342-8303 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday to Friday.

News & Notices

Road closures/transit disruptions...

July 15, 2019

The Westerner Days Fair & Exposition parade will take place in downtown Red Deer on Wednesday, July 17 resulting in multiple road closures and traffic detours, along with transit disruptions.

Downtown tree pruning

July 11, 2019

Parks aerial lift trucks (bucket trucks) will be pruning city owned trees in the downtown area between 48 and 52 Street and 47 and 51 Avenue.