Parks and Open Space
1818 5th Street, Davis, CA, 95616
Monday – Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm
Parks and Community Services operates the Community Gardens located at 1825 Fifth Street, on the north side of Fifth Street between L Street and Pole Line Road. There are currently 116 rentable plots, as well as a Garden Center, Herb Plot, Perennial Plot and Donation Garden. Full plots are 18’ x 20’ and there are a few half plots.
The annual (January to December) rental fee allows the City to provide land, water and limited facility maintenance and administrative staff support to gardeners.
The Community Garden policies help provide a positive gardening experience in productively used garden plots, which become an asset to the community. By following the policies and guidelines, you show that you want to garden successfully in a community garden plot.
For more information about the garden, please contact the Community Gardens Coordinator:
phone: (530) 320-2109
City of Davis
The following links are provided as a convenience to users of the Community Gardens. The City of Davis is not responsible for the content of these websites.
The University of California Cooperative Extension in Yolo County established the Master Gardener program in 1994. Consultation topics include vegetable gardening, small-scale fruit production, and general home horticulture.
Established in 1980 with the California State Legislature's support and encouragement, the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (UC IPM) develops and promotes the use of integrated, ecologically sound pest management programs in California.
The SACGC is a grassroots group made up of Sacramento and surrounding area Community Gardeners, Community Volunteers, School Garden participants,and Master Gardeners united by a common cause: to bring more Community and School Gardens to the Sacramento Area.
Hosted by the California Academy of Sciences Library, this site provides links to a variety of web sites for children to learn more about gardening, plants, and plant biology.
Hosted by the University of California Cooperative Extension Vegetable Research & Information Center. VRIC's mission is to foster appropriate research, collect and disseminate information relevant to consumers, growers and processors in the California vegetable industry and to continue its role as a leader and nationally-recognized source of research and information in support of the vegetable industry.