2017 registration information
• 2017 regulations
2017 rental fees are:
1. City residents: Full plot $90, half plot/berm $60
2. Non-residents (when available): Full plot $180, half plot/berm $120
General registration information
for garden plots at Chinquapin Park begins in the fall.
Current gardeners are given the opportunity to renew or exchange their
plots, then open spaces are made available to new gardeners on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Plots may become available during the garden season as
gardeners give up their gardens. Plots are also occasionally reassigned
if gardeners fail to follow regulations. Applicants can be
added to the waiting list at any time during the year.
Registration for new gardeners: Waiting list
The city maintains a waiting list of prospective gardeners. The waiting list is maintained in the
order that completed applications are received by the city, with
earlier applications having priority.
When plots are available for
assignment, the city will offer plots to those on the waiting list in
sequential order and plots will be assigned to those who respond within
the time period proscribed in the offer. Prospective gardeners who fail
to respond in the allotted time or who choose not to rent an available
plot will be removed from the waiting list.
Download the waiting list form
The city is not responsible for plot rental invitations that are not
delivered due to incorrect or out-of-date contact information, or that
are not opened or responded to promptly. Plots will be offered to
non-residents only when there are no city residents on the waiting list
who wish to obtain a plot permit.
Important dates for 2017 season
• March 1, 2017: Gardening season officially begins. Gardeners may access plots.
• Nov. 30, 2017: Gardening season officially ends. End of season clean-up must be completed.
See our regulations page for more information on gardening at Chinquapin.
For questions on registration, please contact Suzanne Bouchard, city representative.