Brought to you by the Simcoe County Nutrition Network and the Food Partners Alliance of Simcoe County in partnership with Community Connection

Barrie. Municipal Office

Site: Barrie - 70 Collier St - 6th Floor

Service: Community Gardens - Golden Meadow Park

Description
Description (Service) Golden Meadow Park Community Garden is located at 139 Hurst Dr,* contains 6 double plots, 12 singles * existing parking lot * water tap on site * no shed - bring your own tools and watering containers* mulch and compost supplied on site
Service Details
Hours Hours vary
Dates May-Oct
Areas Served Barrie
Eligibility No restrictions, but must be a City of Barrie resident
Application Gardeners must sign a Community Garden Contract (available on website) * one plot per person * submit contract in person with payment of cash or cheque to Service Barrie Counter on the 1st floor of City Hall, 70 Collier St, or submit by mail with payment by cheque payable to the "City of Barrie" (please do not send cash in the mail) to City of Barrie Community Garden Administrator, Service Barrie, Box 400, Barrie Ontario, L4M 4T5 
 
Current gardeners must re-register for their same plot by October 31 * new gardener registrations will be accepted starting November 1
Languages English
Fees Program - $20 plus HST per season, single * $50 plus HST per season, double
Addresses and Location
Located In Community Barrie
Address Engineering Department, Barrie City Hall
70 Collier St, 6th Flr
Barrie, ON
 
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Intersection Mulcaster St and Collier St
Mailing Address c/o City of Barrie Community Garden Administrator 
PO Box 400 
70 Collier St 
Barrie, ON L4M 4T5
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Gardens
Contact Information
Office Phone Service Barrie 705-726-4242
E-Mail ServiceBarrie@barrie.ca
Website www.barrie.ca/living/ParksTrails/Pages/CommunityGardens.aspx

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Partnership of Simcoe County Nutrition Network, Food Partners Alliance of Simcoe County and Community Connection. The support of the Government of Ontario is acknowledged