Thursday, March 4, 2010

Looking for a Garden Plot this Season?

Gantz Road Community Garden


1972 Gantz Rd.
FranklinCountyOhio.gov/CommunityGarden
614-462-3322
The Franklin County Board of Commissioners is pleased to announce that the Gantz Road Community Garden is ready for its second growing season. The garden, located at 1972 Gantz Road on the southwest side of Columbus (near the intersection of Gantz and Frank Roads), is expected to open on Saturday, April 17th.

Plot request applications are being accepted through March 22. Approximately 60 plots will be available. Plot recipients will be determined by a lottery system and notified of plot assignment and size on April 1. The number of each plot size will be limited and requests will be assigned based on availability.

Plot sizes and fees are: Third (12’x10’) – $10; Half (18’x10’) – $20; Full (36’X10’) – $30

Garden fees include: plot(s) for the 2010 growing season (April 17 – October 31), on-site water for garden use & access during daylight hours

In order to request a plot, a completed Plot Request Form may be submitted electronically at www.FranklinCountyOhio.gov/CommunityGarden, fax to (614) 462-5999, or mail to:

Franklin County Board of Commissioners
Attn: Garden Coordinator
373 S High Street-26th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215

Once gardeners are notified of their plot assignment, payment of plot fees and a signed Release of All Claims form must be received before their plot is confirmed.
Make checks payable to: Franklin County Sanitary Engineer. Some scholarships are available. Contact the Garden Coordinator via email at CommunityGarden@FranklinCountyOhio.gov for more information.

2 comments:

.. said...

That's awesome.

Piles of Miles said...

Hi! I am looking for a plot of land where I can raise a garden this summer, and google searching turned up your blog and this post. Unfortunately it looks like I missed out on this deadline already, which was 8 days ago.

Do you have any suggestions about where else I could find space to garden? I live in Clintonville, but am fine with finding something anywhere in the city. I see your blog was going to have a map feature with gardens on it, but I can't seem to find it.
Thanks!