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Registration information

Details about this SZGC Registration process.

Registration General Information

  • The South Zone Community Gardens Association will open registration for returning gardeners from January 20 to February 9. 2024.

  • All registrations will be completed by mail or in person. Simply print out the registration form, complete it, and return it to us along with payment to the postal address on the form or in person at registration event.

  • Make cheque out to SOUTH ZONE RECREATION BOARD or SZRB.

  • Registration applications from new gardeners will be accepted through the mail as of March 4, 2024.  The registration form for new gardeners will be made available on March 1st- 2024

Community Gardens in Regina

Plot Rental Fees

Add $5 to your rental fee if you don’t have a Zone Board or Community Association membership.

This membership fee is collected each year on behalf of the South Zone Recreation Board.

Plot Size Rental Fee
20' x 45'
20' x 25'
20' x 22.5'


Garden plots are allocated with priority given according to the following order

First Priority

Returning gardeners in “ good standing”* requesting the same plot.

Second Priority

Returning gardeners in good standing* requesting a change of plots. Plot change requests will be considered in order of the following priorities:
  • Gardeners whose plots have flooded and gardeners who requested a move to accommodate health issues.
  • Gardeners who wished to move from a small plot to a large plot and gardeners who wish to move from a large plot to a small plot.

Third Priority

Returning gardeners in good standing requesting a non-specified* plot move for what the registrars consider a valid reason.
  • Move request to a specified plot may not be considered.
  • Gardeners who were repeatedly contacted by 2023 garden patrol for failure to fully honor “Rental Terms and Conditions” have had their “good standing” status downgraded and will not be eligible for a move.
*Good Standing refers to full compliance to policy and honoring agreements under Rental Terms and Conditions.

Forth Priority [New Gardener]

The application period for newcomers will begin March 1 and close as soon as all plots have been allotted.
Successful new applicants are eligible for small gardens (20’ x 25’ or 20’ x 22.5′)
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It is your responsibility to read the following SZCGA policies before applying for a plot. Click the button below:

Gardens are inspected throughout the season (May through October).

Notices will be sent to gardeners if the agreed upon Terms and Conditions are not being met. Failing to take full action in the recommended timeline may result in penalties:

  • You may be required to take a smaller plot.
  • You may not be eligible for renewal next season.
  • You may be asked to leave.
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Keeping Informed

SZCGA communicate with gardeners through website postings and emails.

For inquires please send request to us.


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