Help us grow something fresh at Issaquah's newest park.
This spring, we’re inviting gardeners to join us as we launch the Issaquah Community Garden. If you love to garden but lack the space at home, this is the place for you.
Reflecting a long-held desire among our residents for more community garden space, the Issaquah Community Garden features 31 garden plots — 27 raised cedar garden beds and four ADA-accessible plots.
The garden is also designed to nurture more than flowers and produce. It’s designed to encourage a thriving gardening community in the heart of historic Olde Town Issaquah. In addition, gardeners will be encouraged to donate 10 percent of their harvests to the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank.
Located at Confluence Area Parks, the garden is managed and cared for by the Issaquah Parks & Recreation Department.
New applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. To apply for a plot and learn more, please visit issaquahwa.gov/garden. Those selected for garden plots will be able to access the site starting April 1, 2014.