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Allotment gardens & Community gardens

The City of Winnipeg operates allotment gardens at various locations throughout the City.

Community Gardens are run by community groups and organizations.

Allotment gardens (garden plot rentals)

New rentals:

Plots not renewed by returning renters will open for rental to the public April 2, 2024.
Watch this page in late March for an updated list of available plots.

All plots rent on a first-come-first-served basis starting on April 2, 2024

Make your reservation:

  • In-person at Living Prairie Museum – 2795 Ness Avenue - 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • By phone at 204-832-5865 (Please note we have a single phone line) - 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Questions? Please email or call 204-832-5865.

Serviced - City tills once per season Location Rental fee Plots available for 2024
Alex Bridge Allotments 685 Dalhousie Cres $56.70 All rented
Grant Allotments Grant between Stafford & Lilac $28.35 All rented
St Charles Allotments Oxbow Bend Rd at Assiniboine River $28.35 All rented
Unserviced - no City till Location Rental fee Plots available for 2024
Avalon East Allotments Behind 11 Avalon Rd $37.80 All rented
Avalon West Allotments Avalon Rd at Glen Meadows $37.80 All rented
Parker Allotments Various Parker Ave locations $37.80 All rented
Paulicelli Allotments Paul Robson Rd at Paul Martin Dr $37.80 All rented
Rotary Centenary Allotments 761 Rosseau Ave W $37.80 All rented

Learn more:

Community gardens

Community gardens can transform empty lots into green, living spaces. Neighbourhoods often experience a positive environmental, economic, and social impact from their community gardens. The community group handles all aspects of garden membership, maintenance and programming. Groups enter into a lease agreement with the City of Winnipeg.

The benefits of community gardens include:

  • Provide opportunities for individuals and community groups to grow gardens
  • Improve our connection to the sources of food
  • Strengthen our neighbourhood connection
  • Add to the enjoyment of our green space
  • Promote an awareness of the environment

Learn more about Winnipeg's community garden policy

Community Garden Policy

Contact the Community Garden Information Centre for more information on Community Gardens.

Community garden information

Winnipeg Public Library Info Guide: Gardening

Last update: May 21, 2024
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