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San Tomas & Monroe Neighborhood Park & Community Garden

2380 Monroe Avenue, Santa Clara, CA, 95051 

The new 2 acre park on the San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail features playgrounds, picnic/barbecue areas, an open grass area, a native plant/pollinator garden, off leash dog area and a restroom. The Community Garden portion has a covered outdoor classroom as well as plots for children, individuals and groups to grown their own organic fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowersSan Tomas & Monroe Park Site Plan

 

Visit the park Clara bee solo

The entire park, including the play structures, has a barn theme and emphasizes the preservation and appreciation of nature. Scattered around the park stand six educational placards where "Clara The Bee" teaches us about different landscape applications we use to protect our water shed, attract beneficial pollinators, and bridges the history of "The Valley of Hearts Delight" to our present day solutions to drought. Surround each placard is beautiful and sustainable landscape design that will inspire.

 

Want a guided tour or field trip for your school, group or organization? Email the Garden Coordinator for booking.

 

Apply for a Garden Bed

All garden beds are currently occupied, however you may apply for an individual, ADA or Group garden bed and you will be placed in the wait list. Santa Clara residents living half a mile away, receive CalFresh benefits, are Senior Citizens, or have children in school will receive priority. There is no fee to apply.  

Community Garden Guiding PrinciplesCommunity Garden Application Button 

Apply Online Now to get on the wait list!

Not sure if you live within one-half mile of the Community Garden? See list of qualifying addresses.

 

More Ways to get Involved

  • Want to Volunteer? Do you have some gardening skills? Fill out the volunteer application and select "Community Garden at San Tomas & Monroe - Program Volunteers".
  • Want to get  kids involved? Call the Youth Activity Center at (408) 615-3760 and say "My child wants to join the Garden Club".
Not sure if you live within one-half mile of the Community Garden? See list of qualifying addresses.

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