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Name Hours Phone Address City State Zip Type Park Sevice Area District ADA Parking Restrooms Acreage SqFt Latitiude Longitude Description Photo URL
Adam Rogers Park Community Garden 5am to Midnight (415) 819-6138 Ingalls St & Oakdale St San Francisco CA 94124 Community Garden PSA 3 District 10 Accessible No No 6,864 37.7312440 -122.3836260

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

For the waitlist, please visit http://www.hunterspointfamily.org/girls.html

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Alemany Farm at St. Mary’s Playground 6am to 10pm 700 Alemany Blvd San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden PSA 6 District 9 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 4.50 196,020 37.7323500 -122.4196780

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 38 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

For the waitlist, please visit www.alemanyfarm.org

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Alioto Community Garden 5am to Midnight 20th St & Capp St San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden PSA 6 District 9 Accessible No No 1,050 37.7588690 -122.4182790

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Arkansas Friendship Garden 5am to Midnight 22nd St & Arkansas St San Francisco CA 94107 Community Garden PSA 2 District 10 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 5,638 37.7573779 -122.3976621

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses. This garden features 14 plots and can be reached at (415) 336-0106.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Arlington Community Garden 5am to Midnight Arlington St & Highland Ave San Francisco CA 94131 Community Garden, Park PSA 6 District 9 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.13 37.7370433 -122.4263762

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Bernal Heights Community Garden 5am to Midnight 559 Bernal Heights Blvd San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden PSA 6 District 9 Limited Wheelchair Access Yes No 0.06 2,427 37.7421801 -122.4130501

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Brewster-Rutledge (Miller Memorial) Community Garden 5am to Midnight Brewster St & Costa St San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden PSA 6 District 9 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 10,820 37.7450370 -122.4071840

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Brooks Park Community Garden 6am to 10pm 373 Ramsell St San Francisco CA 94132 Community Garden PSA 4 District 11 Accessible No No 0.30 12,364 37.7173949 -122.4659520

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Clipper Community Garden 5am to Midnight (415) 648-4299 855 Clipper Terrace San Francisco CA 94114 Community Garden PSA 5 District 8 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.35 37.7478070 -122.4432600

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Connecticut Friendship Garden 5am to Midnight Connecticut St and 22nd St San Francisco CA 94107 Community Garden PSA 2 District 10 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0 37.7574030 -122.3969570

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Corwin Street Community Garden 5am to Midnight 70 Corwin St San Francisco CA 94114 Community Garden PSA 5 District 8 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.13 5,805 37.7574640 -122.4402120

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

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Crags Court Garden 5am to Midnight (415) 824-7858 End of Crags Ct San Francisco CA 94131 Community Garden, Park PSA 5 District 8 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.12 6,055 37.7414196 -122.4406723

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

Venture to the rim of Glen Canyon and discover a well-tended community garden, connected to the park by walking trails.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Crocker Amazon Community Garden 6am to 11pm 1413 Geneva St San Francisco CA 94112 Community Garden PSA 3 District 11 Limited Wheelchair Access Yes Yes 6,947 37.7131820 -122.4330090

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Geneva Community Garden (415) 831-2700 Geneva and Delano Avenues San Francisco CA 94112 Community Garden PSA 3 District 11 Street - limited availability No 10,000 37.7204610 -122.4454640

Geneva Ave Strip is an undeveloped open space located in District 11 at Geneva and Delano Avenues. Formerly, this 10,427sf site contained a few fruit and evergreen trees, and was overgrown with invasive ivy and pampas grass. The site is narrow and steep with a lot of potential to be developed into a productive, useful space for community members.  We are in the process of building a community garden on the site.

The new garden will include the following features:

• Perimeter walls, fencing and gates
• Primary entrance along Delano Avenue
• Raised garden boxes with space for over 50 community garden assignments
• Accessible area of common amenities
• Additional landscaped areas

For more information on the garden please visit: http://sfrecpark.org/project/geneva-community-garden-cof-project-2008-bond/

Golden Gate Park CommUNITY Garden 5am to Midnight Frederick St & Arguello Blvd San Francisco CA 94122 Community Garden GGP District 5 Accessible No No 37.7659980 -122.4578130

To meet the need for more community garden plots and to advance the Mayor’s Executive Directive on Healthy and Sustainable Food, the Recreation and Park Department has constructed the new Golden Gate Park CommUNITY Garden at 780 Frederick Street. The 0.66-acre site is situated at the northwest corner of Frederick/Arguello Streets. The site is readily accessible via the MUNI ‘N’, #6 and #71 lines that service the area.

In addition to 67 raised bed community garden plots, the Recreation and Park Department is making available common landscape materials (mulch, chips and fines) stocked in holding bins and a gardening-tool lending library, demonstration gardens and educational programming are up next – unique public resources that make this an urban agriculture resource center per one of the goals of the new citywide Urban Agriculture Program. The Recreation and Park Department seeks to emphasize environmentally sustainable practices at the site in its design and programmatic and operating features, including a native plant nursery as part of the materials distribution component. Surplus produce from garden plots may be given away to the food bank and/or food pantries.

As of November 2013 all 33 individual plots and 34 shared plots have been assigned based on a lottery conducted of folks who previously expressed interest. The garden currently accommodates 170 people.

If you would like to be added to the waiting list for a plot at the garden, please send an e-mail toggpcg@sfgov.org with the following information: your full name, phone number, email, and names of any other people you’d like to garden with, if you are considering a shared plot. Please have your potential plot-mates send us an email to sign up for the waitlist as well. When both individual and shared plot spaces become available, we will move down our wait list and offer them to the next person in line. As of November 4, 2013, we have 201 people on the waitlist for individual plots and 48 people on the waitlist for shared (and individual) plots.

If you are interested in seeking a garden space at one of our other 36 community gardens, please visit the “Join an Existing Garden” page for a map and list of these gardens and contact the Community Gardens Program Manager for the contact info of the garden coordinator at each site.

The new Golden Gate Park CommUNITY Garden is meant as a resource center for the general public as well as those assigned plots in the garden. The garden will be open to the general public and park users soon; you will be able to take advantage of demonstration gardens, workshops and programming, and material bins with compost, etc.

FUNDING

The Recreation and Park Department identified $250,000 in Capital Funds to construct Phase 1 improvements, including garden plots, material bins, facilities for tool lending and a native plant nursery. Charitable donations have allowed RPD to include additional features beyond the original scope of work. Eco-Media has made a $100,000 grant from yp possible, which has allowed for the installation of a Vertical Garden which spans 100 lineal feet on the north perimeter of the site. This living wall is wholly comprised of edible plants that include leafy vegetables, herbs and edible flowers. In addition, a $20,000 grant from Levi Strauss Foundation has allowed for the installation of permeable paving in the material pick-up area.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Good Prospect Community Garden 5am to Midnight 100 Cortland Ave San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden, Park PSA 6 District 9 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.03 1,268 37.7400250 -122.4209773

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Hooker Alley (Nob Hill) Community Garden Bush St & Mason St San Francisco CA 94108 Community Garden, Park PSA 1 District 3 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.06 2,403 37.7904335 -122.4101726

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Howard & Langton Mini Park Community Garden 6am to 10pm Howard St & Langton St San Francisco CA 94103 Community Garden, Park PSA 2 District 6 Accessible No No 0.20 9,204 37.7772000 -122.4098000

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Kid Power Park Community Garden Sunrise to Sunset 45 Hoff St San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden PSA 6 District 6 Accessible No No 990 37.7641950 -122.4201920

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Koshland Park Community Garden Sunrise to Sunset Page & Buchanan San Francisco CA 94102 Community Garden PSA 2 District 5 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 732 37.7734010 -122.4263430

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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La Grande Community Garden 264 Dublin St San Francisco CA 94112 Community Garden PSA 3 District 10 Limited Wheelchair Access Yes No 6,500 37.7155370 -122.4280060

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Lessing & Sears Community Garden 6am to 10pm Lessing St & Sears St San Francisco CA 94112 Community Garden PSA 3 District 11 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 1,153 37.7085760 -122.4551770

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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McLaren Park Community Garden Leleand Ave & Hahn St San Francisco CA 94134 Community Garden PSA 3 District 10 Limited Wheelchair Access Yes No 22,825 37.7145990 -122.4157320

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Michelangelo Community Garden Greenwich St & Jones St San Francisco CA 94133 Community Garden PSA 1 District 3 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 2,952 37.8010990 -122.4170640

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Noe & Beaver Mini Park Community Garden 6am to 10pm Noe St & Beaver St San Francisco CA 94114 Community Garden, Park PSA 6 District 8 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.06 2,577 37.7649171 -122.4334455

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

Garden plots are in high demand at this green Noe Valley oasis, where beautiful trees border the well-tended beds.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Ogden Terrace Community Garden 700 Ogden Ave San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden PSA 6 District 9 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 6,720 37.7358036 -122.4120341

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Page & Laguna (aka Rose/Page) Community Garden Page St & Laguna St San Francisco CA 94102 Community Garden PSA 2 District 5 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 1,653 37.7734350 -122.4252350

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Page Street Community Garden 6am to 10pm 438 Page St San Francisco CA 94102 Community Garden, Park PSA 2 District 5 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.08 3,300 37.7736233 -122.4281015

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Palega Community Garden 500 Felton St San Francisco CA 94134 Community Garden PSA 3 District 9 Accessible No Yes 37.7293420 -122.4097800

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses. This garden features 14 plots and can be reached at (415) 336-0106.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Park Street Garden End of Park St (Bernal Cut Path) San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden, Park PSA 6 District 9 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.05 2,045 37.7364870 -122.4258160

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Potrero Del Sol Community Garden 6am to 10pm Potrero & Cesar Chavez San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden PSA 6 District 10 Limited Wheelchair Access No Yes 16,616 37.7498200 -122.4050760

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Potrero Hill Community Garden (at McKinley Square) 6am to 10pm San Bruno Ave & 20th St San Francisco CA 94107 Community Garden PSA 2 District 10 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 13,200 37.7598680 -122.4053240

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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States Street (Corona Heights) Community Garden 5am to Midnight 100 States St San Francisco CA 94114 Community Garden PSA 5 District 8 Limited Wheelchair Access Yes Yes 3,306 37.7636410 -122.4377590

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Treat Commons Community Garden at Parque Ninos Unidos Sunrise to Sunset 23rd St & Treat Ave San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden PSA 6 District 9 Accessible No Yes 0.04 1,564 37.7546610 -122.4133920

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Victoria Manalo Draves Community Garden 5am to Midnight Folsom St & Sherman St San Francisco CA 94103 Community Garden PSA 2 District 6 Accessible No Yes 1,744 37.7772660 -122.4065220

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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Visitacion Valley Greenway Community Garden Sunrise to Sunset 159 Teddy Ave San Francisco CA 94134 Community Garden PSA 3 District 11 Accessible No 37.7140630 -122.4056600

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

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White Crane Springs Community Garden 5am to Midnight South of 7th Ave & Lawton St San Francisco CA 94122 Community Garden, Park PSA 4 District 8 Limited Wheelchair Access Yes No 2.70 116,566 37.7567300 -122.4631600

White Crane Springs Community Garden has been providing beauty and pleasure to the Sunset District since the 1970’s. Located just South of 7th and Lawton Streets, WCS is open to the public and provides a peaceful respite from City life.

Our garden of nearly 90 individual plots and areas of community space is maintained by more than six dozen garden members in the true sense of “natural” gardening – the best organic practices, IPM (Integrated Pest Management) and sustainability projects including composting, sheet mulching and a Cob shed complete with a green living roof.

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

Wait List Me!

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Wolfe Lane Community Garden 5am to Midnight 90 Rutledge St San Francisco CA 94110 Community Garden, Park PSA 6 District 9 Limited Wheelchair Access No No 0.05 2,375 37.7452570 -122.4066060

The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands of square feet; some offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some gardens also offer demonstration gardening or other instructional programming.

Each garden is operated by a group of committed volunteers, and membership fees are often self-imposed to cover common expenses.

To see the most updated numbers on waitlist and plot turnover, please visit our Community Gardens Directory 

Wait List Me!

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