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Please fill out the following form to be added to the P-Patch Community Garden Interest List.

(Please submit only three requests)

First Name:


 Last Name:








(Include Area Code)

Enter the Name(s) of the top 3 garden locations you prefer in order of priority:


I want a garden as soon as possible and can travel to a distant garden.

I prefer to wait patiently until the garden near my home becomes available.

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Consistent with the Public Records Act, Chapter 42.56 RCW, all records within the possession of the City may be subject to a public disclosure request and may be distributed or copied. Records include and are not limited to sign-in sheets, contracts, emails, notes, correspondence, etc. Use of lists of individuals or directory information (including address, phone or E-mail) may not be used for commercial purposes.

While you’re waiting for a P-Patch community garden plot:
With the huge and growing interest in gardening and urban agriculture, you will have to wait awhile before getting a community garden plot. Some of the following websites may help get you gardening sooner: 


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