Let's play! The City of Ventura Parks, Recreation & Community Partnerships Department is proud to announce the official Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Kellogg Park, located at the corner of Kellogg Street and Ventura Avenue, on Saturday, April 14 from 10 am-noon. Opening day festivities include live music, games of cornhole and chess, free snacks and giveaways (while supplies last). Explore the park and all of its new amenities including play and exercise equipment, a walking path, turf slide, public art, and an amphitheater.
Tours of the new Kellogg Park Community Garden will take place during the opening celebration from 10 am-noon. Garden plot rental fees will include raised planter boxes, water, and gardening equipment to grow healthy, organic fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
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The Kellogg Park Community Garden, located on Kellogg St. and Ventura Ave., is the City of Ventura's newest community garden with plots available for growing healthy, organic vegetables and flowers. Managed by staff from the City of Ventura Parks, Recreation, & Community Partnerships Department, the garden attracts community members from all walks of life who come together to cultivate the land and celebrate their harvest.
Garden plots are rented and assigned on a first come, first serve basis for Ventura residents. Plots average approximately 3ft x 6ft.
Current rental fees are $30.00 per plot for 6 months. A $30.00 refundable garden deposit is also required. Garden plot fees will be prorated for renters joining the garden between billing cycles. All participants must comply with the Community Garden Rules and Guidelines.
Rental fees include:
Interested gardeners are asked to leave a message at 805-658-4754. A garden manager will contact you to schedule an on-site orientation at the garden.