Community Garden Coordinator

(253) 856-5111



Kent Community Garden

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Growing Strong Since 1997!

Community Garden young corn
Community Garden young veggies
Community Garden leafy rows2
garden in June-3

Our 2018 season has ended and the garden is now closed for the winter. Information about registering for next season will be posted here starting in January 2019.

Learn the basics below, and here are the Rules on Safety, Participation, Conservation and Conduct.


Welcome to the Kent Community Garden! Since 1997, our seasonal organic garden has been providing fresh food, flowers & crops, a sense of community, and the benefits of physical activity to over a thousand gardeners. Come join us!


  • ORGANIC GARDENING ONLY. Visit to check whether your product is OK to use.
  • When:  April 1 through last Sunday in October, dawn to dusk.
  • Where:  Corner of  64th Avenue South and West James Street in the Kent Valley.
  • Plot size:  approximately 20' x 20' (400 square feet)       
  • Cost:  $45 rental/water fee
  • REGISTER IN PERSON at Kent Commons, 525 Fourth Ave. North in downtown Kent
  • REGISTER BY PHONE at 253-856-5000
  • Mid-season Registration Discounts on available plots:
    • Save $5.00 on registration from June 10 through June 30.
    • Save $10.00 on registration from July 1 through August 15.
  • Last day to register is August 15.
  • Previous year's gardeners in good standing are guaranteed the same plot during early registration.
  • Water spigot locations on map below are approximate; hoses are provided.
  • All garbage must be packed out. There are no garbage cans on site.
  • Produce and crops grown at the community garden may not be sold, but DO share freely with your family, friends, and neighbors.  Extra produce can also be donated to the KENT FOOD BANK to help others in our community.
  • Safety, Participation, Conservation and Conduct - THE RULES


  • Prepare the ground by rototilling the entire garden at least once before opening day and once after closing day.
  • Measure plots and stake boundaries before opening day, and post name signs at plots.
  • Provide access to water, hoses, wood chips for paths, and a portable restroom.
  • Replenish the supply of wood chips for paths upon request.
  • Empty the rock bins or yard waste bin upon request.



Community Garden PLOT MAP 

The Kent Community Garden is a collaborative effort between the city and the LDS Bishop’s Storehouse and Cannery, which owns the property. The volunteers of the Community Garden Leadership Group (CGLG) provide a hub for sharing information and gardening tips on site and online. We recognize and appreciate both the LDS and the CGLG for their commitment to this program – Thank you!

Garden2018 moreparsley   Garden2018 chive&lettuce rows






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