Community Gardens

Tacoma-Pierce County Community Gardens Program

The City of Tacoma partners with the Pierce Conservation District's Community Garden Program to support community gardens throughout the community.

The gardens thrive on TAGRO, which Environmental Services delivers to the gardens as needed.

Community gardens build stronger, safer communities by connecting citizens to each other and to their local food system. By participating, you improve community health, have access to better and more food, fight climate change, improve the local economy and enjoy fresh garden veggies.

Tacoma is home to more than 35 community gardens, including 11 on City-owned property. Gardens are managed by Metro Parks, churches, community groups, schools and universities, and many other organizations.

For information about community gardens in Tacoma and Pierce County, go to the

Pierce Conservation District community gardens website  or contact garden program coordinator Kristen McIvor.


City of Tacoma-Owned Community Gardens

Green Thumb Community Garden
East Portland Avenue and East Wright

Proctor Garden
Owned by City of Tacoma, managed by Metro Parks.
North 21st and Proctor

Orchard and Vine
North 45th and Orchard

Patch on Pearl
North 43rd and North Pearl

Junett Community Garden
Purchased with City of Tacoma Open space funds and funded in part with an Innovative Grant from the Neighborhood Council.
North 16th and Junett

40th Street Community Garden
South 40th and South Cedar

Barangay Community Services

Developed and managed by Barangay Community Services, a community organization of the Filipino-American Community.

South Hosmer and South 46th

Boze Community Garden
East 68th between K and L

Mountain View Community Garden
East 51st between K and L

Northeast Tacoma Community Garden
57th Avenue Northeast and Norpoint Way NE

Yakima Community Garden
South 48th and Yakima

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Additional Information

Community Gardens -Pierce Conservation District

Kristen McIvor
Community Garden Coordinator
Pierce Conservation District
(253) 363-1846

Learn to Garden Workshops

Find a Community Garden

Start a Community Garden

Other Resources