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Canton Community Garden

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Welcome to the Garden!
The Canton Community Garden is located behind the Canton Community Center. Gardeners are welcome to visit and tend to their plots anytime between sun up and sun down. Watering spigots are located in the middle and right side walkways, however gardeners must bring their own hoses to hook up. Please review the Canton Community Garden 2023 Policies for more information. 

How to Apply for a Plot
In order to officially apply for a plot in the Canton Community Garden, you must fill out an application (titled "Canton Community Garden Plot Registration" below) and return it, with payment, to the Parks & Recreation Office. Applications can be mailed or brought into the office physically and plots can be paid for with a check, cash, or using a credit card. 

20ft x 25ft Plot
Resident Fee: $35.00
Non-Resident Fee: $45.00
Senior Citizen Fee: $25.00

20ft x 50ft Plot
Resident Fee: $55.00
Non-Resident Fee: $65.00
Senior Citizen Fee: $45.00

Raised Plot
Resident Fee: $20.00
Non-Resident Fee: $30.00
Senior Citizen Fee: $15.00

Note: Checks should be made out to Town of Canton and please mail all applications to Canton Parks and Recreation 40 Dyer Ave, Canton CT 06019

Plots Remaining (Updated 03/23/2023)
Please note that once we run out of plots, registration will close. Below is the number of remaining plots we currently have left available to the public. This number will be updated daily.

20ft x 25ft Plots:
 0 Plots Remaining
20ft x 50ft Plots: 0 Plot Remaining
Raised Plots: 0 Plots Remaining

Extra Information
Beginning of the Season: Plots should be rototilled and ready to plant in the beginning of April, unless unexpected snow or weather conditions permit. A specific date will be announced shortly.
End of the Season: The community garden season is expected to end 10/29, or when the first frost is predicted during the Fall season. The garden season may also end early under special circumstances.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Parks & Recreation office, (860) 693-5808, or email Claire Boughton at