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South Zone Community Gardens

The SZCGA operates under the auspices of The South Zone Recreation Board, which is affiliated with the City of Regina.

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Keeping Informed


Returning Gardeners

  • Renewal Registration form for returning gardeners is available on this link.
  • Garden Renewal applications are to be forwarded by mail along with appropriate fees between January 17th to February 4th 2022.

  • Returning gardeners whose applications arrived later than February 4 are not guaranteed their same plot, or consideration for a transfer. 

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New gardeners may apply as of March 2nd by submitting application form available at this link. 

Application form that will be posted on this website at the end of February.

Payments will be requested if a plot becomes available for allotment.

In-Person Registration

To keep everyone safe in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, in person registrations have been cancelled for this year.

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Our Story

The South Zone Community Gardens Association (SZCGA) operates 384 community gardens on
property leased from the University of Regina. The gardens are located at 3305 Grant Road.

The SZCGA operates under the auspices of The South Zone Recreation Board, which is affiliated
with the City of Regina.

Who Are We ?

SZCG is committed to making available gardening plots to all residents of Regina for the purpose of growing nutritious vegetables and fruits  for their consumption. Teaching others how to garden will be a significant goal of the organization.

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South Zone Community Gardens shares the South Zone Recreation Board’s goal to improve the quality of residents’ lives through community gardening.


Membership in this association is with registration and with payment of annual gardening fees to South Zone Community Gardens. All members are encouraged to attend the Annual General Meeting, and to become involved. A member is entitled to one vote at the Annual General Meeting.


South Zone Community Gardens is administered by an elected board. The Board has full authority to manage the gardens in accordance with the Garden Use Agreement and Constitution.


The Vision of SZCG is to promote the social, economic, cultural, physical and mental well-being of Regina residents through community gardening.


“The South Zone Community Garden provides a reminder that the connection to the earth also serves as a connection to one another. This is a wonderful garden–a beautiful space!."
Gurvinder Singh
Gardener - South Zone Community Garden