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  • Community Garden

Lease a Community Garden Plot

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Who? Individual residents, neighborhood associations, or other civic organizations may lease city-owned garden plots in the Meadowbrook and Tar River neighborhoods. Leases agreements last up to five years and cost $1.00 per year.

Where? The maps below outline the city-owned property available for gardening. However, all requests are considered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

How? To lease a plot, please complete a proposal packet. Packets are available at the Greenville Municipal building (201 West 5th Street) or online.

Need more information to jump-start your green thumb?

Making Pitt Fit Community Garden site offers several resources, including planning and planting a first-time garden.

Community Garden Sites for Lease