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Maple Leaf

Maple Leaf Community Garden

The Maple Leaf community garden, after much anticipation, is entering its design phase. Interested neighborhood residents will be asked in the next few months to gather their ideas. If past projects are any indication, a host of activities will ultimately grace the site: passive community open space for sitting in the sun or lying on the lawn, perennial plantings to color up the neighborhood, native plantings to match the nearby branch of Thorton creek and perhaps a P-Patch.

If you want to get involved, call the P-Patch office and we’ll refer you to community members working on the project.



From Downtown:

  1. Take I-5 North
  2. Exit 173
  3. Right onto 1st Ave NE
  4. Left on NE 103rd St
  5. P-patch on the right after you pass 5th Ave NE



5th Ave NE & NE 103rd St (Map)


Size: 16,000
Established: 2007
Number of plots:19
Average wait: 2 years
Ownership of land: Parks Department


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